It comes after a military campaign with Russian air cover and Lebanese Hezbollah fighters.Read the full story ›
The UN released the before and after images and described the damage, reportedly caused by Islamic State, as 'a new war crime'.Read the full story ›
Fighters blew up Palmyra's Tetrapylon and the facade of its Roman Theatre, according to Syrian antiquities chief Maamoun Abdulkarim.Read the full story ›
IS fighters have re-entered the ancient Syrian city nine months after being pushed out by government and Russian forces, activists say.Read the full story ›
A ghostly replica of the original arch, which was destroyed by so-called Islamic State in Syria, has been installed in Trafalgar Square.Read the full story ›
Russian forces have been taking part in a massive de-mining operation after helping to drive Islamic State fighters out of Palmyra.Read the full story ›
It took jihadists less than a year to destroy 2,000 years of history while the Syrian city's world heritage site fell under their control.Read the full story ›
Dramatic pictures have emerged showing the extent of the damage inflicted by so-called Islamic State on monuments and artefacts in the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra.
The city has been held by the so-called Islamic State for nearly a year but has reportedly been recaptured by Syrian forces.
Drone footage has been released showing some of the damage caused to Roman monuments in the ancient Syrian city of Palmyra.
Syrian government forces have reportedly retaken full control of the historical city, a year after it was captured by so-called Islamic State.
During its occupation of the area, IS is believed to have destroyed several valuable sites and antiquities.
Government forces have reportedly 'retaken full control of Palmyra', a city held by so-called Islamic State for almost a year.Read the full story ›