A senior 2020 Trump campaign adviser used a 2015 video reportedly showing a Ukrainian rocket launch alongside a description of this weekend's deadly Gaza rockets.
Vladimir Putin is making Russian passports more easily available to Ukrainians living in the self-proclaimed republics of Donetsk and Luhansk, where pro-Kremlin separatists have been battling Kiev forces.
The U.S. conducted a major live-fire exercise with Syrian rebel allies, while warning Russia and Iran not to support the government against insurgents in Idlib.
Two reports, one of which may have been censored by the Israeli military, claim Israel covertly armed and funded Syrian rebels for years.
The defense secretary said the U.S. must support efforts so "the Syrian people can establish a new government that is not led by Assad."
There are increased fears that Russia, Syria and Iran are plotting an assault on the last major rebel stronghold in Syria, Idlib, where many civilians still live.
In a message purporting to be from that of ISIS chief Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the elusive leader calls on jihadis to "persevere."
Ukraine's president called for officials to draft an formal claim, as recent estimates from Kiev suggest the bill could exceed $50 billion.
A 1974 truce prohibits Israel's and Syria's air forces from crossing their de facto border, something Israel has frequently done.
Report says Trump wants a deal with Russia to get the U.S. out of Syria "ASAP," but the Kremlin says it has "no idea" what CNN is talking about.
Most international observers believe Syrian President Bashar al-Assad was behind the attack, with the support of his Russian allies.
Students at Juanita High School voted to keep their "Rebels" mascot after several petitions ensnared the Kirkland, Washington, community into a debate on symbols of racial hate, the Confederacy and U.S. history.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said only "people that you trust, people who are level-headed, people who are thoughtful, people who are moral, ethical" must be listened to.
The Syrian military has forced the insurgents of eastern Ghouta to either surrender or leave, but pro-Assad forces expected a fight with ISIS in the south.
Russia, Iran and Syria suspect that the U.S. is trying to split Syria and the region as a whole in order to take advantage of the unrest.
Tensions between local and international actors have led to nonstop violence and more than 500,000 deaths, but there are some signs of rehabilitation.
The shifting dynamics of Syria's seven-year war have pitted the U.S. against NATO ally Turkey as well as Russia and Iran.
Forces fighting for and against the Syrian government have blamed one another for violating a short-lived truce in eastern Ghouta.
Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said U.S. military action against the Syrian military would be "unlawful."
The axis of Russia, Iran and Syria faced attacks from Turkey in Afrin and Western pressure to cease bombing rebels in eastern Ghouta.
One leading Russian senator said, "It would be good if the Americans, along with us, took part in liberating eastern Ghouta from the terrorists."
After ISIS was mostly defeated in the east, the Syrian military set its sights on rebel-held Idlib, while Turkey targeted U.S.-backed Kurds in Afrin, Aleppo.
"The U.S. must step back from this grave mistake and not allow itself to be blackmailed by the terrorist outfit," Turkey's top diplomat said.