Malnourished three-month old Wal'a is the latest tragedy to hit a struggling Syrian family
Aid workers have released startling pictures of queues for humanitarian parcels in a Palestinian refugee camp in Damascus, Syria.
The Foreign Secretary has blamed the Syrian government for the lack of progress in the Geneva peace talks.
Pictures of a rare trip by Syria's president Bashas al-Assad outside Damascus have been posted on social media site Instagram.
Mr Assad was visiting the Mar Saks Greek Orthodox monastery in the Christian town of Maaloula, according to state media.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has made a rare public appearance outside Damascus by visiting the Christian town of Maaloula, according to state media.
Mr Assad inspected the Mar Saks Greek Orthodox monastery, dating from the 4th century, which state media said was damaged by rebels.
Syria has removed or destroyed 80% of its chemical weapons and is on target to hits its June deadline for full removal, said the United Nations.
Syria has destroyed empty mustard gas containers and "made progress" closing chemical weapons production and storage sites, said the UN.
Sigrid Kaag, Special Coordinator of the OPCW-UN Joint Mission, said she expected further meetings with Syrian officials would keep removal efforts moving up to the 30 June target.
One of the French journalists who was held hostage in Syria said he is "really happy" to be free.
Speaking from Turkey Didier Francois said: "We are very happy to be free. We thank the Turkish authorities because they really help us.
"It's very nice to see the sky, to be able to walk, to be a able to speak freely. I'm really happy."
The first pictures have emerged of the four French journalists kidnapped in Syria last June.
Jenan Moussa, a reporter based in Dubai, tweeted this picture of the journalists after they were found by Turkish soldiers.
Four French journalists were found by Turkish soldiers on the border with Syria after being kidnapped by the rebel group Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) in Syria last June, Turkish media reported.
Journalists Nicolas Henin, Pierre Torres, Edouard Elias and Didier Francois were found in Sanliurfa province with their hands and eyes bound, Dogan News Agency said.
The father of a British teenager killed in Syria says his son, Abdullah Deghayes, did "a brave thing" by going to fight against Bashar al-Assad's forces.
ITV News reporter Sejal Karia reports.
The father of a British teenager who died fighting in Syria has told ITV News he is "proud" that his son "sacrificed his own life for the sake of others".
Speaking from his home in Brighton, Abubaker Deghayes said his son was a "nice person" with many friends, although he was "a bit naughty, like any other teenager".
The father of a British teenager killed in Syria has described him as a "martyr" and tried to convince him not to fight in the war-torn country.
Abdullah Deghayes, 18, from Brighton, whose uncle is a former Guantanamo detainee, is believed to have died in April, after leaving the UK in January.
Mr Deghayes insisted his sons were not "terrorists" but travelled to Syria to defend "those who are weak" after seeing videos of the atrocities online.
His brothers Jafar, 16, and 20-year-old Amer also travelled to Syria. Speaking in Brighton, Mr Deghayes said:
– Mr Deghayes
As I far as I know Abdullah went to Syria without my consent, nor his mother's consent, to fight Syrians against the dictator Bashar al-Assad.
– Mr Deghayes
He was killed in a battle. His brother, who is also there, is injured. The third brother who is also there is OK. He is fine.
I never encouraged them, nor anybody, as far as I know. They went of their own free will. I hope he is in peace now.
Asked whether he believed Abdullah was a martyr, Mr Deghayes replied: "Of course I think, as a Muslim, that my son is a martyr. Anyone who dies for a just cause is a martyr."
The British teenager killed in Syria is the nephew of a former Guantanamo Bay detainee.
Abdullah Deghayes, 18, from Brighton, East Sussex, is the nephew of Omar, who was held in the United States as an enemy combatant at the detention centre between 2002 and 2007 after he was arrested in Pakistan.