Hundreds of peace activists are marching from Berlin to Aleppo
"For us, we took it as our sign, which symbolizes for us the struggle for peace, democracy and freedom. A community … united against the killing.”
Aleppo’s sobering lessons
Those who engage Syria with limited will and limited means must set limited goals if they are to accomplish even a limited amount of good.
Suspected terror attacks in Europe, Turkey leave at least a dozen...
The attacks came less than a month after the US officially warned that the Islamic State would target European “festivals” and “outdoor markets” during the Holiday season.
A deadly day: Russian ambassador assassinated; 12 dead in Berlin truck...
Russian ambassador to Turkey, Andrey Karlov, was assassinated Monday at an art exhibition in Ankara.
BREAKING: Russian ambassador to Turkey assassinated, Russian politicians claim NATO planned...
The attack comes just one day before Russia, Turkey, and Iran were due to hold talks over the ongoing conflict in Syria.
Aleppo Rebels were defeated because they alienated Syrians
Syria is much more diverse a country than it might seem from cold social statistics.
Syria’s Aleppo falling: Moscow is a player in the region again
Russia’s success in shaping the outcome of the Syrian struggle has made Moscow a player in the region again for the first time since the fall of the old Soviet Union.
War and double Standards
Understanding the Sieges of Aleppo and Mosul
In Syria, Rebels From East Aleppo Strike Hospital in Government-Held West...
You see headlines talking about the humanitarian disaster in the city, but it is hard to know what those headlines are talking about.