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?
Government forces use warplanes, helicopters and artillery in a bid to enforce an evacuation deal reached with the militants earlier in the week.
The president’s plan to remove U.S. troops resolves diplomatic problems with Russia, Damascus and Turkey but raises thorny questions on other fronts.
The main hospital, courthouse and municipal buildings are largely rubble—testimony to the intense government assault the town has been subjected to since being seized by the rebels six years ago.
The British prime minister, who launched missile strikes with the U.S. without consulting Parliament, also accuses Syria and Russia of attempting to cover up evidence of a deadly chemical weapons attack.