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The Latest: Rebel shelling kills 5 in Syrian capital
Syrian state TV says shelling from rebel-held areas has killed at least five civilians and wounded more than eight in the capital, Damascus
Russia says troops left in Syria are enough to repel attacks
Russia's Defense Ministry says a recent series of drone attacks on its military bases in Syria would have required assistance from a country possessing satellite navigation technology _ a statement that appeared to be aimed at the United States
Bombing in Syria leaves civilians, including children, buried under rubble
The following contains graphic content. Viewer discretion is advised. Dramatic rescue photos emerged from Eastern Ghouta, Syria, Tuesday after air strikes left residents, including children, buried under the rubble. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported at least 18 people were killed in
The Latest: US denies aiding drone attack on Russian bases
The Pentagon has denied any involvement in a recent series of drone attacks on Russian bases in Syria after Russia's Defense Ministry hinted that the U.S. military may have aided the attackers
Syrian troops capture 14 villages from rebels
Syrian government forces capture 14 villages from insurgent groups in northwestern Syria as part of a wide offensive
Boy rescued from rubble after strikes in Syria
The Syrian Civil Defense in Damascus, popularly known as the White Helmets, posted footage on January 2, reporting the rescue of a child from rubble after airstrikes hit Harasta, a suburb in northeast Damascus.
Activist doesn't want Americans 'growing numb' to plight of Syrian refugees
Lena Arkawi wakes up every day to photos of dead children on her phone. She's part of a network of American activists working to help the people of Syria, but this job comes with the frustration of knowing she cannot help everyone who needs it. Arkawi is a Syrian-American who grew up without a
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.
Analysts identify #SyriaHoax as Russian-fueled propaganda
As Syrian president Bashar al-Assad called videos of last week’s chemical attack a “fabrication,” a piece of propaganda promoted by a Russian cyber operation and bearing the hashtag #SyriaHoax has gained traction in the United States, analysts tell ABC News. Following the chemical weapons attack
Sarin gas used in Syria chemical attack, Turkey's health ministry says
Sarin gas was used in a weapons attack in northern Syrian on Tuesday, Turkey's health ministry confirmed in a statement today after autopsies were conducted on victims. “According to the results of preliminary tests, the findings suggest the patients were exposed to chemical material (Sarin the