Cornish charity ShelterBox has flown volunteers to the Turkey-Syria border to help deal with growing number of refugees there.Read the full story ›
An exhibition of art-work by Syrian children depicting the war has been collected by an Exeter student and put on display in Newton Abbott.Read the full story ›
Hundreds rallied in Bristol on Wednesday night, protesting the government's military action against the so-called Islamic State in Syria.Read the full story ›
All the region's MPs voted in favour of Syrian airstrikes in last night's vote. The first strikes were launched hours after approval.Read the full story ›
Only two of the West's MPs voted against Syrian air strikes last night in the Commons.Read the full story ›
MPs are preparing to vote on whether to join coalition airstrikes in Syria.David Cameron called a one-day Commons debate and vote tomorrowRead the full story ›
West Country MPs Sarah Wollaston and Richard Drax have been questioning the Prime Minister about backing bombing raids on Syria.Read the full story ›
Volunteers in Bristol are making final preparations for an aid convoy to help Syrian refugees in Northern France.
Hundreds of boxes of donated food, toiletries and clothing will be driven across the Channel tomorrow. The group will also help build shelters.
With debate raging over the Syrian refugee crisis, graffiti artist Banksy has made it clear where he stands.
The featured video on his Facebook page today is his 2014 comment on the Syrian crisis, a striking video which looks at the conflict through the eyes of children.
The family friend of a Bristol schoolgirl who's thought to have run away to Syria says she's sure Yusra Hussain was radicalised online.Read the full story ›