Argentina has vowed to take 3,000 refugees from Syria this year
Delivering humanitarian assistance is becoming even more difficult and dangerous, Syrian activists and charities say
The US Secretary of State said he could not reconcile what his Russian counterpart had said with the reality
A refugee boat carrying 600 people bound for Europe has capsized off the coast of Egypt, killing at least 29.
The human rights lawyer says she would be 'delighted' to work on a prosecution of the Syrian president Bashar Assad over war crimes and crimes against humanity
If deliberate the aid convoy strike which killed approximately 20 people amounts to a war crime, the UN has said
Despite the bombing of Syrian army troops by US-led air strikes on Saturday, there is a high degree of cooperation between the two countries. But it’s not enough to prevent accidents on the battlefield
The attack came hours after Syria's fragile, week-long ceasefire collapsed amid recriminations and renewed violence
Seven-day cessation of hostilities expired at midnight on Sunday and has not been renewed
Despite 10 months of negotiations between the US and Russia, the two biggest players in the Syrian conflict, the ceasefire is close to unravelling
The group teaches 'its own radical and brutal Islamic rules to children'
The US State Department has expressed 'regret' over airstrike near Isis stronghold that killed 62 Syrian army soldiers
Video purportedly shows supposed American allies of the Free Syrian Army chanting: 'We're going to slaughter you'
One of several problems is that the most important armed force on the non-Isis rebel side, Jabhat al-Nusra, is expected to obey a ceasefire from which it is excluded and under which it will shortly be targeted
The UN's Envoy to Syria has appealed for President Bashar al-Assad to 'immediately' allow the passage of aid into besieged East Aleppo
'Take cover! Take cover!,' off-camera voice yells as broadcast is interrupted by gunfire