The latest news on Syria
Opaque comments comes amid reports of a new offensive by Syria's military.
Former U.S. Central Command chief says getting involved militarily would be too tricky and expensive.
A senior Syrian rebel official says the defection of 17 military officers and the prime minister shows Assad's regime 'is falling apart.'
Even as Assad escalates brutality, Obama administration focuses on what happens after he leaves power.
Citing increased bloodshed, U.N. "finger-pointing," former UN chief quits mission.
LONDON (AP) — Syria's most senior diplomat in London has defected, Britain's Foreign Office said Monday.
Syria's mobile missile launchers appear safe, and a deal could locate lost Libyan weapons.
As Assad reportedly deploys fighter jets, U.S. officials push "safe exit" for Syrian leader
MOSCOW (AP) — Russia chided its longtime ally Syria on Tuesday over its threat to use chemical weapons in case of a foreign attack, but Moscow gave no sign it was abandoning President Bashar Assad's regime, despite growing international condemnation over the violence in the Arab country.
Source says allegedly bombed building was 'one of most secure' in Damascus.