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15 Jul 2017
Videos uploaded to social media on Friday (July 14) show the aftermath of airstrikes in the Syrian town of Ain Tarma, which killed at least 10 people.
21 May 2017
Syrian rebels from Damascus arrive in Idlib
14 May 2017
The Syrian army say they are on the verge of retaking the rebel-geld area of Qaboun on the outskirts of Damascus after a two month battle.
17 Apr 2017
The Syrian army regains the strategic town of Soran near the city of Hama in the central part of western Syria with an assault backed by heavy Russian air strikes, rebels.
10 Apr 2017
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson blames Russia's inaction for helping fuel a deadly poison attack against Syrian civilians last week.
7 Apr 2017
Syrian state-run television shows the aftermath of U.S. air strikes that hit an air base near the Syrian town of Khan Sheikhoun.
7 Apr 2017
U.S. Department of Defense releases video of Tomahawk cruise missiles being launched from a Navy destroyer aimed at a Syrian airfield.
6 Apr 2017
Britain and France on Wednesday renewed their call for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to go, after a suspected chemical weapons attack by Damascus killed scores of people in a rebel-held area.
4 Apr 2017
The NGO Save the Children sets up a mock cemetery in Brussels to represent Syrian children killed in the country's six-year conflict, ahead of a scheduled EU conference on the post-conflict future of the war-torn nation.
5 Mar 2017
Video uploaded to social media website purports to show a military plane that crashed close to the Turkish border in the Syrian northern countryside of Idlib province.
2 Mar 2017
While talks involving the government and Syrian opposition continue in Geneva, on the ground civilians continue to suffer. One week into the talks, the possibility of a resolution remains uncertain.

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