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Latest Syria Items
Syria on Sunday accused neighboring Turkey of allowing thousands of Muslim extremists to cross into its territory, as the government and opposition said an explosion killed at least seven and cut off a main road headed south from the capital.
With its economy in free fall, Iran is turning to its porous borders with Iraq and other countries to skirt increasingly effective global economic sanctions, according to congressional staffers, local journalists and advocates for tough sanctions against Tehran.
Pope Benedict XVI appealed for peace Friday at a time of deep turmoil in the Middle East, calling the flow of weapons into Syria a "grave sin" as the country endures a bloody civil war.
Sen. John McCain is accusing President Obama of pursuing "a feckless foreign policy" that has compromised American influence around the world.Sen. John McCain is accusing President Obama of pursuing "a feckless foreign policy" that has compromised American influence around the world.
Who is to blame when embassies are overrun and a U.S. ambassador is killed? Most of all, what do we do about it?
U.S. officials are heaping scorn on Iran's inclusion in a Middle East "contact group" formed to discuss and resolve the ongoing conflict in Syria.
Her eyes welling up with tears, actress Angelina Jolie said Tuesday she heard "horrific" and "heartbreaking" accounts from Syrian refugees who fled the civil war in their country to find shelter in a camp just across the border in Jordan.
Her eyes welling up with tears, actress Angelina Jolie said she heard "horrific" and "heartbreaking" accounts from Syrian refugees she met Tuesday during a visit to a camp in Jordan that has provided shelter for those fleeing the civil war in the neighboring country.
A pending deal to improve trade relations with Russia continues to simmer on the legislative back burner, as House Republicans this week blamed President Obama for failing to deliver Democratic support.