U.S. officials consider striking another militant group in Syria, Jabhat al-Nusra
officials consider striking another militant group in Syria, Jabhat al-Nusra - Jabhat al-Nusra, an Islamic State rival, is poised to seize a key border crossing to Turkey.
Free Syrian Army fighters are seen together in Wadi Al-Dayf in the southern Idlib countryside July Picture taken July REUTERS/Khalil Ashawi
Jordan 'cool to Syria rebel training plan'
ISIS Women and Enforcers in Syria Recount Collaboration, Anguish and Escape - The New York Times
The increasing intensity of terrorist attacks on Turkish soil by both DAESH and PKK operatives in recent days demonstrate that Turkey's entrance in the Syrian theater will create shockwaves and trigger counter-moves by the illicit structures on the ground
Raed Fares, a Syrian activist whose video protests skewer ISIS and President Bashar al-Assad alike, is dodging the threat of death from both sides.
Can Turkey and the U.S. really be called allies?
The divergence of views between the two countries over how to handle the Islamic State threat in Syria has laid bare the fault lines of an increasingly fragile, but still strategically vital, diplomatic relationship.
Islamic militants have seized a monastery in northern Iraq, kicking out its Christian monks as well as Christian residents of Mosul.
Moazzam Begg was in contact with MI5 about his Syria visits, papers show
Moazzam Begg was in contact with about his Syria visits, papers show - Defence case corroborated as documents revealed agency told Begg he could continue work for opposition in Syria ‘unhindered’
Unifying the ‘moderate opposition’ is the biggest challenge in Syria
The immediate problem is in unifying the “moderate opposition.”