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An explosion targeting Syrian regime forces killed at least three people in northern Syria on Wednesday amid rising violence...
Syrian Troops Breach 3-Year ISIS Siege on Eastern City
Lifting the siege on Deir el-Zour marks another victory for President Bashar Assad.
Top Lebanese Hezbollah Military Commander Killed in Syria
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Kurdish fighters expanded their offensive after driving Islamic State militants from the Syrian border town of Kobani the pre...
Russia Says Syrian Regime Agrees to Peace Talks
The Syrian government has agreed to attend a conference proposed by Russia and the United States on ending the country's civi...
Rebel Video Claims to Show Captured Syrian Pilot
A video issued by Syrian rebels purports to show a captured pilot who ejected from a warplane they claim they downed.
US Disrupts Evacuation of ISIS Militants in Syria
Coalition aircraft struck a small bridge and cratered a road to hinder the convoy's progress.
More Shelling in Syria's Aleppo Mars Peace Talks in Geneva
Syrian troops exchanged fire with rebels in the contested northern city of Aleppo on Thursday in a renewed bout of fighting.
Islamic State Group Attacks Kobani from Turkey
The Islamic State group launched an attack Saturday on the Syrian town of Kobani from Turkey — a first in the ongoing siege.
Syrian Troops Battle Rebels Near Lebanon Border
Syrian forces battled rebels in the central province of Homs near the border with Lebanon on Friday as part of a counteroffen...
Syria Uses Helicopters to Battle Rebels in Capital
Intense clashes between Syrian rebels and government forces backed by helicopters spread to new areas of the capital Damascus...
ISIS Claims Deadly Attack On US-backed Syrian Forces
The assault took place on Thursday near the northern city of Raqqa, the Islamic State group's de facto capital.
Prominent Al-Qaida Figure Killed in US Drone Strike in Syria
A senior al-Qaida figure fighting in Syria was killed in a U.S. drone strike this week a Syrian opposition monitoring group s...
US-led Airstrikes Hit Islamic State Near Turkey
U.S.-led coalition airstrikes targeted fighters, vehicles and artillery pieces of the Islamic State group on both sides of th...
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