Kidnap ransoms are 'fuelling terrorism', warns Foreign Office

One-Minute Read
Fri 13 Dec, AT 10:07

Millions of dollars of ransoms said to be spent on weapons, travel and training camps for terrorists

Fortress Europe ‘miserably failing’ Syrian refugees

One-Minute Read
Fri 13 Dec, AT 09:08

Amnesty urges EU leaders to open their borders as refugees face dangerous crossings and abuse

Syria conflict, 1,000 days on: a lost generation in the making

Mon 9 Dec, AT 09:15
Venetia Rainey

With food and medicine the priorities, fears grow for the Syrian children missing their education

Crispin Black

What can Britain do about the jihadists returning from Syria?

Fri 6 Dec, AT 10:45
Crispin Black

The last time hundreds of Brits went abroad to fight was in the Spanish Civil War. This is very different

Slaughtered lion 'shows depth of Syrian hunger'

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Fri 29 Nov, AT 13:38

Image appears to shows starving residents of Damascus butchering the animal for its meat

Why some Christians pray for Assad to keep power in Syria

Wed 27 Nov, AT 09:14
Venetia Rainey

Ahead of Geneva II, a growing number of Lebanese Christians see Syria's leader as their best defence

Celebrity Syrian-style: videos encourage narcissistic glory

Mon 18 Nov, AT 09:29
Coline Covington

A war video too far: rebels ask for forgiveness after mistakenly beheading of one of their own

Israeli Jet

Israeli jets attack Russian missiles inside Syria

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Fri 1 Nov, AT 09:41

Assault on SA-125 rockets in Latakia comes at bad time as Russia and US try to end bloody civil war

Syria's chemical weapons equipment destroyed

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Thu 31 Oct, AT 12:18

But the next step will be the hardest: destroying the chemicals in the midst of a civil war

Syria: Hague, Kerry meet rebels to save Geneva peace summit

Tue 22 Oct, AT 10:41

With peace plan under threat, 'Friends of Syria' try to shore up rebel support in London