Mr Obama should seriously consider the offer of ground troops from Saudi Arabia and the UAE
Exclusive: Hundreds sent back from UK to countries where Isis and Taliban are rampant
Despite much international outcry, Russians deny any wrongdoing, but the evidence to the contrary is growing
The blast killed eight policemen and wounded 20, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights
The report and its rebuttal by the Kremlin show cracks in the official narrative about Russia’s presence in Syria and suggest Mr Kadyrov has spun out of Moscow’s control
UN investigators called the deaths of those detained by the regime a crime against humanity
In the Second World War, Allied leaders planned for the post-war world – a ‘United Nations’ – years before the conflict ended. We must do the same for the Middle East.
Syria’s foreign minister said on Saturday that Damascus would resist any ground incursion into its territory
Opposition MPs urge the Home Secretary not to join EU members in outlawing a helping hand
Aneesa Makhlouf was the wife of the former president of Syria, Hafez al-Assad
Saudi Arabia's offer of boots on the ground in Syria was not received warmly by the country's foreign minister
Most families are sleeping without shelter, despite night-time temperatures plunging close to zero
Each dot represents a human life
While the soldiers are intended to fight Isis, they may find themselves clashing with Iranian ‘volunteers’ and Lebanese Hezbollah fighters in what is a highly combustible situation
John Letts and Sally Lane told how they were arrested by counter-terror police after trying to send their son money
The boy - who appears to be around 10 or 11 - threatens to destroy the forces the US sends 'to fight the Sharia of Islam'