Military experts examining weapons of "terrorists" eliminated in Syria found that the snipers of Islamic State and Al-Nusra Front banned in the Russian Federation use night vision sights with electronic components produced by Russian enterprises.
U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said during his address to the State Department’s staff that Vladimir Putin “did not disagree" with the opinion that the relations between the two countries are at their lowest since the Cold War.
Photos and videos of weapon remnants that struck Khan Sheikhoun on April 4 appear to be consistent with the characteristics of a Soviet-made air-dropped chemical bomb specifically designed to deliver sarin.
The Russian invaders plan to hold St. George's ribbon rallies in the cities of Aleppo and Latakia in the coming days.
British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says the U.K. could help the U.S. respond to a chemical attack in Syria.
Sales of Russian arms have stalled over the past several years due to several reasons. This is really untimely for Russia.
The U.S. Treasury Department sanctioned 271 employees of Syria's Scientific Studies and Research Center (SSRC), an agency that Washington says develops chemical weapons for the government of Bashar al-Assad.
The visit of President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe Pedro Agramunt to Syria caused controversy among the Assembly members.
InformNapalm OSINT group has found a video of an ATGM launch by opposition forces that allegedly killed two Syrian and two Russian servicemen.
The recent U.S. cruise missile strike on a Syrian government airfield is an act of military aggression.
Statements by the leadership of Western countries on Russia's responsibility for the Ukrainian and Syrian crises are a "non-partner approach."
U.S. missile attack on a Syrian government airfield has affected efforts to find a political settlement, and it may have been done on purpose.
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The U.N. condemns yesterday's attack in Rasheedin, west Aleppo, on 5,000 evacuees traveling from the towns of Foah and Kefraya to government-controlled areas.
Thousands of Syrians were stuck in and around Aleppo on Saturday as a deal to evacuate people from two Shi'ite villages in return for Sunni rebels and their families leaving two besieged towns near Damascus halted.
More than 30,000 people are expected to be evacuated within the agreement between the rebels and the government.
The intercepted communication featured Syrian military and chemical experts talking about preparations for the sarin attack in Idlib last week.