The Temple Mount attack has spurred a spate of vicious attacks on both sides
Hafez al-Assad finished in the lower end of the International Mathematical Olympiad in Rio de Janeiro.
It is actually the United States, not Iran, that appears to be in breach of the Iran nuke deal.
Casualties mount as Secretary of State Rex Tillerson works to cut $10 billion from the State Department budget on White House orders.
Special Forces head General Raymond Thomas said that, while the U.S. may wanna stay, Syria was a sovereign state and its government backs Russia.
The Syrian military and Hezbollah joined forces to take down the Islamic State militant group (ISIS) and Hayat Tahrir al-Sham on Lebanon's restive border.
The three countries all want a stake in Syria's future and appear willing to secure it by making long-term military commitments.
The American mission in Syria is simply one of killing ISIS. Keeping it dead is someone else's job.
In defending Syria's government, Russia honored an old alliance and gained a new, strategic victory over NATO.
Trump should tell Putin he reserves the right to respond militarily to any Assad act of civilian slaughter.
Foreign fighters bribe Turkish officers to cross, for medical treatment and to collect funds.
Qatar has become a proxy fight between Iran and Saudi Arabia, with the U.S. on the sidelines.
One of the few things Trump will officially raise with Putin is Russia's continuing support for Syrian autocrat Bashar al-Assad.
The claims come a week after the Pentagon announced it observed what appear to be preparations for a new chemical attack at a Syrian government airfield.
The beneficiaries of America's "degrade and destroy" strategy will be Iran and Assad.