Diejenigen den Feuerfrühling bereits gelesen haben, werden sich sicherlich an die Szene am Evros erinnern, dem Grenzfluss zwischen der Türkei und Griechenland: http://www.spiegel.de/politik/ausland/griechenland-immer-mehr-fluechtlinge-kommen-ueber-den-evros-a-1205180.html
Aktuelle Kontrolle der Gebiete in Syrien. zeit.de https://img.zeit.de/politik/ausland/2018-04/syrien-gebiete-2018-04-13/original__660x656__desktop__scale_1.3333333333333333
Ibraheem Musaibli, who is from Michigan, is being held in Syria. So is an Indiana woman whose husband died fighting for ISIS. The U.S. is bringing them home.
On a rare tour of prisons for Islamic State suspects from nearly 50 countries, a Times reporter watched their jailers try to secure them humanely — but for how long?
After their meeting in Finland, the two presidents lauded the close cooperation between their two militaries in Syria, but the record is actually more mixed.
As Syrian government forces press their offensive in southwestern Syria, the diplomatic battle has already turned to what postwar Syria will look like.
Two-thirds of the city is gone, and there isn’t enough money to rebuild. We visited Raqqa, Syria, to see how people are trying to recover their lives.
An estimated 6.6 million Syrians are displaced within their own country. One man's videos provide a rare look inside a camp for those who have fled their homes.
Thousands of Syrians who fled a new government offensive are sleeping in the open desert at the border with Jordan, unable to cross the frontier.
Jumpei Yasuda is believed to have been taken captive by the extremist group Nusra Front, which has a history of holding foreign hostages for ransom.
The U.S. and its allies are still waging a shadow war against a wide range of terrorist threats despite the Islamic State’s defeat in Iraq and Syria.
For years, the Israeli spy agency has tried to find the body of a spy who was executed in Syria. It has not found the body but it has found his watch.
What began as a peaceful uprising against President Assad in 2011 has become a full-scale civil war.
IS has lost its 'capital' Raqqa, but it has taken the might of a global alliance to crush it.
More than 80 people have been killed in a suspected chemical attack on a rebel-held town in northern Syria.
Why did the US target this airbase in its first intentional attack on Syria in six years of war?
The Pentagon releases video of missiles targeting a Syrian airfield being launched from US ships.
The BBC's Middle East editor Jeremy Bowen shares his images - and thoughts - from a journey through ruins of Syria's Aleppo.