Latest strikes kill at least one civilian and wound six more in Latakia province, which has rarely been hit by similar strikes by neighbouring Israel.
Ten years into a war that has devastated Syria, aid is increasingly weaponised - not necessarily because of a lack of it, but because of where it ends up.
Over 53,000 doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine arrived in Idlib as part of the WHO-led COVAX programme.
Member states of the global chemical watchdog voted to suspend rights and privileges of Syria’s Bashar al Assad regime, including the right to vote at the organisation.
Increasing diplomatic ties with the SIG comes with few risks but will have a significant effect on the future of Syria and the region. This is an opportunity to gain with little to lose.
The election is widely expected to keep regime leader Bashar al Assad in power for fourth seven-year term. It is unclear whether any candidates will run against him but any such runs would be symbolic.
New investigative report of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons reveals Syrian regime air force hit Al Talil neighbourhood in Idlib’s Saraqeb in February 2018 with chlorine bombs.
The YPG has proved that it is incapable of managing the Al Hol camp in Syria, that was a terrible idea from its outset.
All the evidence points towards the Syrian regime, but no one has been held accountable.
“I hope that the world can do something in order for us to get back to our villages and homes…is that possible?”
Reiterating that there is "no military solution to the conflict," Antonio Guterres said during an address to the UN General Assembly that Syria is drifting toward a "no war, no peace" situation.
Artillery attack on a hospital in Al Atarib town kills six civilians and wounds 15 others, according to White Helmets.
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