The UN humanitarian chief has warned that the 10 cases of Covid-19 and one death confirmed in Syria are just “the tip of the iceberg”.
Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, say they have reached agreements that could end fighting in north western Syria.
An air strike on a rebel-held village in Syria has killed at least 15 people including children and injured several others, opposition activists said.
The leaders of Turkey and Russia will meet in Moscow in a bid to agree a deal that avoids further escalation of conflict in Syria.
The solicitor of alleged so-called Islamic State-member Lisa Smith has said she is anxious for her case to move forward as she wants to prove her innocence.
Thousands of migrants and refugees are searching for ways to cross Greece’s border with Turkey, as Athens ramped up its diplomatic efforts for help from the European Union to seal off its eastern land and sea frontiers.
Thousands of migrants are searching for ways to cross Greece’s land border days after Turkey declared its frontiers with Europe open.
At least 13,000 people have been massed at Turkey’s border with Greece after Turkey’s president officially declared its western borders open to migrants and refugees hoping to head to the EU.
Scotland has become home to 3,441 Syrian refugees who have fled to the UK since 2014.
The presidents of Turkey and Russia have spoken over the phone to try to defuse tensions that rose significantly in Syria after 33 Turkish troops were killed in an air strike blamed on the Syrian government.
Nato has called on Syria and Russia to halt their air strikes following the killing of 33 Turkish soldiers in Syria.
More than two dozen Turkish soldiers have been killed in an air strike by Syrian government forces in north-east Syria, a Turkish official said.
Demonstrators gathered for a fourth consecutive day on the eastern Greek islands of Lesbos and Chios to protest against government plans to build new migrant detention centres.
Cash from British taxpayers could risk aiding the emergence of “Isis mark two” in refugee camps, ministers have been warned.
Two Turkish soldiers have been killed by an air strike in Syria, Turkey’s Defence Ministry said, following a large-scale attack by Ankara-backed opposition forces that targeted Syrian government troops.
Hundreds of thousands of people fleeing a Russian-backed Syrian offensive are being squeezed into ever smaller areas near Turkey’s border “under horrendous conditions”, the UN humanitarian chief said.
A Syrian father and daughter have learned to deal with the horrors of the country’s ongoing civil war by making a game from the sound of bombs.
The father and brother of a British volunteer fighting against Islamic State in Syria have appeared in court charged with terrorism offences.
Rebels have shot down a Syrian military helicopter in northern Syria, killing its crew members in a fiery crash.
Turkey has said it hit back at Syrian government forces after “intense” Syrian shelling killed five of its soldiers and wounded five others in Syria’s northern Idlib province.
Shamima Begum “will immediately initiate an appeal” against a decision that revoking her British citizenship did not render her stateless, her lawyer has said.
Shamima Begum – one of three east London schoolgirls who travelled to Syria to join so-called Islamic State – has lost the first stage of a legal challenge against the decision to revoke her British citizenship.
Syrian government forces have reached the outskirts of a key rebel-held town, part of a weeks-long offensive into the country’s last rebel stronghold, state media and opposition activists said.
A charity set up by the brother of a UK aid worker who was beheaded by terrorists has launched a poetry competition for school children to discuss unity.
Chris Martin has said Coldplay’s new album is influenced by real world events such as the Syrian refugee crisis.
A refugee who fled war and built a new life in Scotland has developed technology to help identify the gender of war victims who have few remaining features.
More than three years since fleeing war-torn Syria, Omar is training to become a university lecturer – and has thanked staff from Aberdeen JobCentre and others who have helped transform his life.
George Clooney has said he was appalled US president Donald Trump partly justified the decision to withdraw US troops from Syria by stating Kurds “didn’t help us with Normandy” during the Second World War.
An academic who travelled to Aberdeen after being forced to flee war-torn Syria features in a new exhibition.
A photo showing a Syrian refugee using virtual reality has won a prestigious science photography prize.