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France will table a proposal before the United Nations Security Council authorizing the International Criminal Court to investigate crimes against humanity in Syria, French ambassador to the UN Gerard Araud said.
Mortar rounds fired on schools in the Syrian capital has killed a child and wounded more than 40 people, among them more children, state media says.
The Security Council will meet privately to view projected slides of the Syria dead, who offer mute testimony to the savagery of a civil war in which more than 150 000 have died.
The Syrian government says it has no intention of delaying an election that is likely to give President Bashar Assad a third term, regardless of war or politics.
Syria's government is no longer in danger of being toppled and the risk of the country being divided has passed, the head of Lebanon's Hezbollah says.
A young Syrian rebel commander has revealed the story of "insane" army shelling of his native Qalamun region as he tells of his perilous evacuation across the border into Lebanon.
A cousin of Syrian President Bashar Assad has been killed in battles with Islamist rebels near the border with Turkey, activists and state media say.
An Australian man killed in the Syrian conflict was a former soldier who went absent without leave several years ago, a senior official says.
Syrian foreign minister Walid Muallem, who led the regime's negotiating team at the failed peace talks this year, has been admitted to hospital in neighbouring Lebanon, a medical source says.
The head of the United Nation's refugee agency says it must be ready in case Ukraine's crisis causes refugees to flee Crimea, but he is more concerned about attention diverted away from Syria.
The brutal war in Syria could grind on for a decade as jihadist groups flood the battlefield and Iran and Russia provide support for the Bashar Assad government, experts say.
The head of the mission charged with destroying Syria's chemical weapons says the government has accelerated its efforts after several missed deadlines and that March will be critical.
Syrian helicopters have dropped explosives-packed barrels near rebel-held Yabrud, a monitoring group says.
Fighters from an al-Qaeda splinter group, the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil), has withdrawn from a rebel-held Syrian town near the border with Turkey, a monitoring group says.
The UN chief Ban Ki-moon has drawn a parallel between Syria’s civil war and the Rwandan genocide, describing both conflicts as gross failures of the international community to stop deadly wrongdoing.
Dozens of rebel fighters have been killed in an army ambush at the entrance to an opposition stronghold east of the Syrian capital, state television and a monitoring group says.
Moscow has accused Washington of prolonging the Syrian conflict by supporting the opposition ahead of a UN Security Council vote that threatens to further deepen big power divisions.
US Secretary of State John Kerry is in Paris for talks aimed at reaching agreement on a framework for an Israeli-Palestinian peace deal.
The former leader of the Syrian opposition's military wing has rejected his dismissal, and along with senior insurgent commanders has severed ties with the political opposition-in-exile.
Two people have been killed in the Lebanese city of Tripoli including a military commander from Alawite minority shot dead on his way to work, security sources say.
A prominent human rights activist and the daughter of a well-known lawyer have both been arrested near the Syrian capital Damascus, human rights lawyer Anwar Bunni says.
Government troops have regained full control of a village in central Syria after ousting rebels accused of killing dozens of people there, state media says.
Syrian government forces have seized a village inhabited by a minority Alawite community from Islamist fighters in a central province, state media says.
The Lebanese army has intercepted a car packed with explosives near the border with Syria, four days after two car bombs were defused elsewhere in the country.
The coalition of Syrian opposition groups in exile has announced the appointment of a new army chief, following a year of seeing their influence fade in Syria.
While the Syrian government and rebels have been at peace talks, Syrians have been killed at the fastest rate since the country slid into conflict, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says.
Russia says it would veto a UN resolution on aid access in Syria in its current form, denouncing the draft as an effort to lay a foundation for strikes against President Assad's government.
Iraq will step up random inspections of cargo planes from Iran that fly over its territory to Syria.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says a draft of a new UN humanitarian resolution on Syria is unacceptable because it is "absolutely one-sided".
Syria’s warring sides are heading into a new round of UN-brokered peace talks, 10 days after a debut session managed little beyond a pledge on evacuating civilians from the besieged city of Homs.
Aid operations are due to start in besieged areas of Homs Friday, a US official says, as Syria and the UN agree to hold a "humanitarian pause" on fighting in the devastated city.
Russia’s United Nations ambassador says Moscow is against a UN Security Council resolution that would push for greater humanitarian access to Syria to deliver desperately needed aid.
The US administration stood by its policy on Syria, denying that Secretary of State John Kerry had called for a change of strategy and the arming of opposition rebels.
Syria plans to send a large shipment of toxic agents out of the country this month and can complete the removal process by 1 March, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Gennady Gatilov says.
Syrian government shelling kills 16 in rebel-held area of Aleppo.
Syria's warring sides are expected to wrap up their first peace talks without concrete progress on ending violence, a political transition or ensuring humanitarian aid.
Less than 5% of the most dangerous chemicals in Syria's arsenal have left the country and Damascus will be pressured to move faster, sources have said.
Syrian militant group al-Nusra Front, wants to attack the US and is training a growing cadre of fighters from the Mideast and even the US, says intelligence chief James Clapper.
Besieged since June, nearly 20 000 people in Damascus' Yarmuk Palestinian camp are so desperate for food that many eat stray animals to survive.
Syrian peace talks are due to resume in Geneva with the warring sides deadlocked over the explosive issue of transferring power from President Bashar Assad's government.
The UN mediator brokering peace talks on Syria's civil war has said the two sides have reached a deal to allow women and children to leave a city under government siege.
A Syrian peace conference in Geneva is expected to intensify as talks turn to political questions and the opposition presses for the ouster of President Bashar Assad.
UN mediator Lakhdar Brahimi has met Syria's warring sides behind closed doors to lay the groundwork for direct talks after the first day of a peace conference ended in bitter exchanges.
Syria's government and opposition, meeting for the first time, vented their mutual hostility, but a mediator said the warring sides may be ready to discuss prisoner swaps.
The US says that Iran's absence from Syria peace talks will have no impact on the nuclear deal being brokered between Tehran and world powers.
Nearly three years after the start of their fierce civil war, Syria's opposing sides will gather with world powers in Switzerland for the most serious effort yet to end the war.
Syrian President Bashar Assad will not be part of any new transitional government, US Secretary of State John Kerry insisted at the start of a peace conference.
The UN secretary general has withdrawn his invitation to Iran to join this week's Syria peace talks, saying he is "deeply disappointed" by Iran's statements.
Syria's main opposition group has confirmed it would take part in peace talks this week after the UN withdrew an invitation for Iran - the main ally to Damascus.
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