National security adviser John Bolton says defeating what is left of the Islamic State and protections for Kurdish fighters are needed.
The president shakes up world politics by unexpectedly announcing a full and immediate withdrawal of U.S. troops from northeast Syria.
The presidents of Russia, Turkey and Iran are due to meet in Tehran in hopes of reaching a last-minute deal to prevent a massacre in Syria’s last opposition stronghold.
Here are some of the points gleaned from excerpts from Bob Woodward’s upcoming book, “Fear,” which profiles the Trump White House on the basis of hundreds of hours of interviews with staffers.
The Syrian president says that Western nations have lied about chemical attacks and supported terrorist groups in his country, while Russia has supported his government against the foreign “invasion.”
The Israeli military said its Iron Dome rocket defense system intercepted some of the incoming projectiles, while others caused only minimal damage.
With the rise of a new kind of American death cult, our president might be considered the superpower version of Islamic State's leader.
Iranian media gave conflicting reports about the attack on government outposts in Syria’s northern region amid speculation that it was carried out by neighboring Israel.
Why does Donald Trump feel inclined to attack Bashar Assad's forces only in the case of chemical attacks rather than the more frequent conventional bombings?