After reporting on Syria's civil war for more than four years, journalist Humam Husari has finally been reunited with his family in Turkey.Read the full story ›
Faisal Mekdad, the deputy foreign minister, told ITV News Britain was 'absolutely' involved in faking an attack in Douma.Read the full story ›
UN chief Antonio Guterres called for an 'immediate suspension of war activities' to make way for humanitarian aid and medical treatment.Read the full story ›
But the Syrian president added he is "dubious" Trump can "live up to his promises" in the battle against so-called Islamic State.Read the full story ›
The report says chlorine and mustard gas were used in attacks in 2014 and 2015.Read the full story ›
Syrian dictator Bashar al-Assad said Russia's President Vladimir Putin will not let him 'lose', a senior Tory MP said.Read the full story ›
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has said he is ready for a ceasefire, on the condition that "terrorists" did not use it to their advantage.Read the full story ›
UN war crime investigators said thousands of detainees have been killed over the past four and a half years while held in the civil war.Read the full story ›
France has suffered the "savage terror" the Syrian people have endured during the country's civil war, Bashar al Assad said.
"What France suffered from savage terror is what the Syrian people have been enduring for over five years," Assad was quoted as saying on state media.
A Labour MP has called on the US and French military to enforce a no-bombing zone across Syria to stop President Bashar Assad "raining down barrel bombs on innocent civilians".
Jo Cox told ITV News Political Correspondent Libby Wiener the strategy to stop Assad - who she said was responsible for 75% of civilian deaths in Syria - did not require British troops on the ground.
She explained how the no-bombing zone could be achieved and why it would "force (Assad) to the negotiating table".