At least 31 Hezbollah fighters have been killed in the struggle for the town of Qusair since Sunday
Device reportedly used to stretch or bend victims’ arms and legs
Ham-fisted ploy may be reaction to Boston bombing embarrassment
‘I swear to God we will eat your hearts and your livers, you soldiers of Bashar the dog’
Syrian authorities have cut phone and Internet service in select areas in the past to disrupt rebel communications when regime forces were conducting major operations.
Intelligence community has made assessment with ‘with some degree of varying confidence’
White House official: ‘There should be no mistaking our determination … to send a message’
‘Oops! @AP get owned by Syrian Electronic Army! #SEA #Syria #ByeByeObama’
‘This requires a clear international will to dry up the sources of terrorism and stop its funding and arming’
‘Everyone who used it, we are against him, whatever he is’
Syria has large chemical weapon stockpiles. What will happen to those stockpiles when Assad’s regime collapses?
Potential 2016 contender spoke after Middle East trip
Why Putin is unlikely to order a mass evacuation of Russian nationals from Syria, no matter how bad the situation there becomes.
Comrades shouted ‘Allahu Ackbar’ several times as the sniper took aim at his opposition
‘Iran does not seem, for now, to be sprinting toward the bomb’
Syrian activists report 65 dead bodies in the violently contested city of Aleppo
Crackdown against rebel forces continue in civilian areas