Labour MPs who despair of Corbyn must think very carefully whether they have heard enough from the PM to justify air strikes
Labour leader said inequality, climate change, food and water security should be part of the national security review, as well as the more conventional defence measures
The Syrian drought of 2006 was one of many factors that sparked unrest in the nation
Momentum tells its followers to lobby Labour MPs to 'support Corbyn, not Cameron, over Syria' but shadow cabinet members voice concern
Fraudulent Syrian passports are nothing new on the migratory route from Turkey through Europe
Figures from the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights raise questions about the civilian cost of Russian air campaign
A Dutch citizen who says he is fighting on behalf of Isis in Syria has been answering questions about life in the self-proclaimed caliphate to spread propaganda about life under Isis.
'Ultimately there are some people who are pacifists in our party who would never ever sanction the use of force or military intervention in any circumstance'
Freelancers working in some of the world's most dangerous conflict zones were honoured on Wednesday night
Russia has vowed to escalate its military campaign against Isis in Syria
'They are coming here to start a new life and be safe, and to be told they are the problem is very upsetting'
Exclusive: Draft resolution authorising ‘all necessary measures’ in Syria and Iraq could be adopted in days
'You can't sleep or even close your eyes, forget about it'
Video shows a fleet of Tu-22M3 long-range bombers attacking 'militant strongholds'
The terror organisation has extended its influence at an alarming rate
The Isis militant's death was confirmed by the French prosecutor