the Military Court Judge Sami Sader charged on Saturday ex-Information Minister Michel Samaha and Syrian security Chief Maj. Gen. Ali Mamlouk with forming a group to commit crimes in Lebanon.
Rebel fighters continue to repel regime’s ground assault on the Saladin neighbourhood in Aleppo, shooting down an MIG fighter jet
President Bashar Assad has appointed Wael al-Halqi as Syria's new premier, state television reported on Thursday
FSA Colonel Abdel Jabbar al-Oqaidi told AFP via Skype that "it is not true the regime army has seized control of the district."
"It is true that there is a barbaric and savage attack."
Saudi Arabia accused authorities in Buddhist-majority Myanmar on Monday of "ethnic cleansing" against the Muslim Rohingya minority in the west of the country
A bomb blast rocked the headquarters of Syrian state television in the heart of Damascus on Monday wounding several people
Syrian Prime Minister Riyad Hijab has defected to the opposition, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said
A U.N. General Assembly resolution condemning Syria's use of heavy weapons and the Security Council's failure to act means the Syrian regime has lost legitimacy
The resolution, which condemned President Bashar Assad's use of "heavy weapons" in his battle against the rebellion against his rule, was passed by 133 votes with 12 countries against and 31 abstaining
Shelling of the Yarmuk Palestinian refugee camp in the Syrian capital killed at least 15 civilians, including two children
Former U.N. chief Kofi Annan said on Thursday he was stepping down as international envoy for Syria
Lebanon deported 14 Syrians on Wednesday despite the raging violence over the border, drawing criticism from human rights activists
Various rebel groups in Aleppo announced their unification under the Al-Fateh Brigade in preparation for a decisive battle with regime forces
Fighting between soldiers and rebels broke out on Wednesday for the first time near two Christian districts of Damascus
Regime forces failed, for the second consecutive day, in its military campaign to retake control of the city of Aleppo
Rebel fighters held their ground and also gained control of additional neighbourhoods
Troops backed by helicopters pushed an offensive against rebels in Syria's commercial capital Aleppo into a second straight day on Sunday
Twelve people were injured in gunbattles between rival neighborhoods in the northern city of Tripoli as sniper fire prevented motorists from using the Tripoli-Akkar highway
The Syrian army launched a threatened counter-offensive against rebel fighters in Aleppo on Saturday