Russia has come under pressure from the U.N., U.S., Europeans and others who warn of dire humanitarian consequences for over a million Syrians if all border crossings are closed.
After 10 years of war, a new enemy has emerged in Syria: widespread hunger and poverty.
The G20 summit needs to issue a global call for effective resettlement policies, education and humanitarian aid.
Ruslan Galitsky is the 23rd Russian national to be officially confirmed dead in Syria.
As more Syrian refugees in Europe gain the right to work, slowly they're helping people back home.
The militant group is not restricted by the ongoing Syrian ceasefire.
Abu Firas is believed to have died along with his son in Syria's Idlib province.
Ayman, a five-year-old Syrian, was forced to leave for Jordan two-and-a-half years ago.
The Syrian Network for Human Rights estimates that Russia and Assad killed the most children.
The footballer is an ambassador for Save the Children.
Kerry calls for Putin to examine Assad's actions.
High Negotiating Committee spokesman says opposition plans to honor the ceasefire.
With Turkey and Saudi Arabia reluctant to send forces, the war may move well beyond Syria's borders.