Fears that delivery of new weapons to Syria could spark new war and shift the balance of power
Better still, Cameron and Hague should stay out of it all together – it's none of Britain's business and we can't afford it
Britain succeeds in lifting EU's ban on sending arms to rebels, but opinion is split on possible outcomes
Video emerges showing man identified as Abu Sakkar mutilating corpse in Syrian 'war crime'
Assad's forces remain the most effective military formations in Syria and that's not about to change
Pledge of peace talks driven by fears that push to remove Assad regime is destabilising the region
Hardening evidence about Assad regime's use of chemical weapons prompts US re-think
Assad crosses Obama's 'red line' by using sarin gas, but president moving 'cautiously' to intervene
'Flash crash' caused by report that Obama injured in White House explosion
Experts say some fighters are jihadists, but Syrian opposition says numbers are greatly 'exaggerated'
Social media blamed for spreading rumour that president was shot by Iranian bodyguard
How did we fall for it? Why were the sceptics ignored? And is it about to happen all over again in Syria?
Bashar al-Assad's wife is alive and well – and has not fled from Syria with her three children
PM's new strategy masks the ugly truth – that unless Trident is dropped, we cannot afford these missions
Reports that Israeli jets have struck targets inside Syria set to further inflame tensions in region