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18 Mar 2017
Video uploaded to a social media website purports to show the aftermath of an airstrike on a mosque said to be in the town of al-Jina in Syria.
12 Mar 2017
U.S. troops deploy around Manbij in Syria in an attempt to keep tensions between Turkish and Kurdish forces fighting Islamic State at a minimum.
13 Feb 2017
Turkey is stepping up its involvement in Syria's war. As Turkish-backed forces secure control of Al-Bab, the president has said for the first time that he intends to press on towards ISIL's self-declared capital in Syria, Raqqa.
25 Jan 2017
Russia, Turkey and Iran, which back warring parties in Syria, end two days of talks in Astana, Kazakhstan with a promise to enforce the country's fragile ceasefire.
22 Jan 2017
As the Syrian government and opposition members prepare to meet in Astana for peace talks, some residents of Idlib say they have little hope that a solution will be found to end the conflict.
14 Jan 2017
7 Jan 2017
Dozens of people are killed in a blast in the centre of a rebel-held town in Syria near the Turkish border, multiple sources say.
1 Jan 2017
The UN Security Council has officially welcomed a Russian-Turkish brokered ceasefire in Syria. It's hoped it will help pave the way for peace talks which are due to be held in Kazakhstan in January.
30 Dec 2016
At least 40 people, including several children, are killed in air strikes targeting rebel-held territory in the suburbs of the Syrian capital, Damascus, including a strike that hit a school.
23 Dec 2016
The Syrian government has declared victory in its fight to retake Aleppo after the last convoy carrying rebels and their families left the city. State television showed government supporters celebrating after the announcement by the military.
21 Dec 2016
Turkey and Russia along with Iran have been discussing a possible way forward in the Syrian conflict.
21 Dec 2016
The Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says the evacuation of the besieged east of Aleppo is 'wrapping up' and could be complete in days.

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