Ahead of Geneva II, a growing number of Lebanese Christians see Syria's leader as their best defence
A war video too far: rebels ask for forgiveness after mistakenly beheading of one of their own
More and more voices are agreed: the ‘narrow, limited operation' proposed by Obama simply won't work
Blocked at the UN by Russia and stripped of British backing, US President still ready to launch assault
A group of hackers supporting the Syrian government is targeting the western media
Opposition from Labour and his own MPs forces PM to delay vote on action until UN inspectors report back
Editorials warn David Cameron to tread carefully ten years after Parliament voted for Iraq war
US and UK warships said to be on their way to Syria following alleged chemical attacks by Assad regime
Cameron and Hague are 'itching to have crack at Assad' but intervention will be 'dangerous'
US and UK ready cruise missile strike as UN inspectors finally allowed to visit site of chemical attack
White House in a fix as the Assad regime appears to call its bluff over 'red line' warning
Will Damascus prove to be a 'Srebrenica moment' when anti-interventionists realise it's time to act?
Attack on Damascus could represent most significant use of chemical weapons since Saddam attacks Iraqi Kurds
David Cameron's urge to arm rebels was prompted by wife's visit to victims of civil war
'There will be a curious and depressing symmetry for the UK if we get involved in this madness'
Britain succeeds in lifting EU's ban on sending arms to rebels, but opinion is split on possible outcomes
Experts say some fighters are jihadists, but Syrian opposition says numbers are greatly 'exaggerated'
Gen Richards can't think of a military reason why the British Army shouldn't go in. Well, some of us can...
Terror arrests reflect a new mood of apprehension over the fallout from the Arab Spring