American activist speaks out on refugee crisis: 'It's not just another child in Syria'
Lena Arkawi is assisting the people of Syria but knows she can't come to the aid of all who need it.
US commander congratulates Syrian Democratic Forces on liberation of Raqqa
Lt. Gen. Paul E. Funk II congratulated the Syrian Democratic Forces on the liberation of Raqqa.
Syrian -American journalist and her mother killed in Turkey
Halla Barakat and her mother Orouba were active in opposition to the Syrian regime and close friends of American humanitarian aid worker Kayla Mueller, who was taken hostage by ISIS in Syria in 2013 and killed 18 months later.
Off-Broadway play 'Lost and Guided' tells the stories of Syrian refugees in the US
Writer/director Irene Kapustina took much of the play's dialogue from transcripts of interviews with Syrian refugees.
ISIS brides and the countless families caught in Syria's civil war: Part 2
At a refugee camp outside of Raqqa, ABC's Ian Pannell talks with stranded families and a woman who came to Syria to marry a man she met online.
The volunteer army fighting ISIS in Raqqa, Syria : Part 1
ABC's senior foreign correspondent Ian Pannell was on the front lines with volunteers, including a local female fighter and an American.
Battle to take back city of Raqqa, the last ISIS stronghold in Syria
take evasive action to prevent collision. On the front lines in Syria, witnessing a last stand for ISIS in raqqah, and tonight you will see right here what our team discovered, what ISIS was using to keep going in their fight. ABC's Ian Pannell from Syria. Let's go. Reporter: Tonight, on the run in
Grief, sacrifice permeate community in northern Syria
At a burial for YPG soldiers, one girl says she wants to be a fighter when she grows up.
Syrian forces battle ISIS for the city of Raqqa
ABC News' Ian Pannell reports from Iraq on the fight for Raqqa, the capital of ISIS, and the impact the battle's outcome may have on Syria as well as Europe and the U.S.
A look at what ISIS left behind in the suburbs of Raqqa, Syria
Ian Pannell reports on the oxycodone and diazepam the fighters left behind.