Homs

At least 32 children in the besieged Houla region are suffering from an inherited blood disorder that requires frequent transfusions
Al-Sabouni sees this war, as tragic and challenging as it has been, as one more layer of Syria’s history. Once it is confined
Here’s how the Syrian civil war unfolded, leaving 500,000 dead and displacing millions of refugees over 6 years.
Thuy Nguyen, who was uprooted by war, is now paying it forward.
I learnt that, like Ahlam, many of the women here are widows. Between January and March this year, the main water treatment
The bombardments came after the United Nations started a new round of peace talks over Syria's future in Geneva.
The Islamic State militant group took credit for the attack.
Homs, once home to 1 million people, now shows few signs of life.
In Homs there are Orthodox, Armenian, Maronite, Catholic and Anglican Christians who lived happily together with their Muslim neighbors long before the birth of my adopted homeland. All preserved their rituals, culture and languages throughout the ages.
The Darbi family shares how they feel about the hostility towards Muslims in America.
In recent years, Turkey and Qatar have found much common ground on a host of foreign policy issues. Both Ankara and Doha have sponsored a variety of Sunni Islamist groups, seen as conduits for their geopolitical influence in the fluid Middle East. However, both countries have experienced setbacks from their engagement in some of the region's conflicts, most notably in Syria.
Foreign Policy recently reported on an unpublished paper percolating through Washington policy circles that presents the Assad regime in Syria in an unusually positive light.
Some Christian families started to trickle back following the truce between the regime forces and the rebels but life will never go back the way it was. Most Muslim families were not allowed to return to their homes. This year, Christmas in Homs will have a big void, its Muslim merrymakers.