Humanitarian aid beyond the reach of many Syrians
Medical aid and other assistance destined for Syria have encountered roadblocks and limitations, leaving millions confronting severe conditions. REYHANLI, Turkey — The Syrian opposition fighter arrived unexpectedly at Dr. Mazen Kewara's office at the Syrian American Medical Assn., desperately seeking help.
Violence in Syria: UN withdraws foreign staff
UN takes home a portion of their foreign staff in Syria. The decision comes after the hotel, where UN staff have their offices in the capital Damascus was hit by grenades.
A Battle for Syria, One Court at a Time
When members of a fledgling court system in Aleppo, Syria, refused to hand over offices to the head of a Shariah Board last month, armed fighters in vehicles promptly used force.
Russia accuses U.S. of double standards over Syria
MOSCOW - Russian accused the United States of applying double standards over Syria on Friday and blamed Washington for blocking a U.N. Security Council statement condemning a car bomb attack in Damascus.
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Massive car bomb in Syria kills dozens
The blast near a Baath Party office in Damascus kills at least 53 and injures 235, mostly civilians, official news reports say. The government and the rebels accuse each other. BEIRUT — A powerful car bomb ripped through central Damascus, the Syrian capital, on Thursday, killing dozens and dramatizing the wide gulf between the persistent violence and fledgling efforts to jump-start peace talks in the country's almost 2-year-old war.