Hala - who fled Aleppo with her four children - will not be able to travel to America next month
Defence Secretary Michael Fallon confirms British navy keeping a ‘close eye on the Admiral Kuznetsov as it skulks back to Russia’
The al-Abed family reached safety after seeking asylum in Turkey, but ‘millions of Syrian children are not like me right now’, girl blogger says in letter
The slow military progress at al-Bab shows Turkey’s growing military engagement in Syria is coming at a price, writes Patrick Cockburn
Russian President Vladimir Putin described the truce as 'quite fragile' and requiring 'special attention and patience'
Several previous ceasefires collapsed — some in a matter of days
‘There are two texts ready on a solution in Syria. One is about a political resolution and the other is about a ceasefire’
Moscow says President Obama is ‘complicating’ situation before Donald Trump inauguration
Peter Ford said the department led by Boris Johnson has judged Syria wrong 'every step of the way'
At least 34,000 people, both civilians and opposition fighters, have been evacuated from east Aleppo in a week-long operation
Senior European diplomat says evacuation from Aleppo to Idlib suits Russia and Assad regime as it puts 'all their rotten eggs in one basket'
Years of conflict have ravaged the heritage site, leaving it crumbling and pocked by bullets
Foreign ministers from the three countries met without representatives from the Syrian government, rebels, US or UN in wake of fatal attack on the Russian ambassador to Turkey
Sir Alan Duncan prompts astonishment by describing the question as a 'technicality' – telling MPs that criticism of Russia’s actions in the Syrian war 'does not come across my desk'
Amateurish photos and video taken at demolition site show little girl with red stains on a white dress and bandages being interviewed about life in the war-torn Syrian city
Dr Elham Badar reportedly said shooting was a ‘human’ response to ‘Russian barbarism’ in Aleppo and elsewhere in the bloody Syrian conflict