Top lawyers say they have evidence that the Syrian government is responsible for crimes against humanity, but will these latest findings influence tomorrow's peace talks?
More than two million people have fled the civil war in Syria. Many of them are desperate to get into Europe – but no country wants them.
WHO's response to Syria's polio outbreak, and its close relationship with the Syrian government, have been called into question.
Violence, hunger and disease have become facts of life for millions. More can be done to alleviate their suffering, and more must be done.
Amnesty International condemns Europe's failure to resettle Syrian refugees.
Paul Conroy, the photojournalist injured in the attack that killed Marie Colvin in Homs, says he "can’t think of a single photo I could take at this moment in time that would increase public awareness." When will people start taking notice of Syria again?
As the conflict drags on in Syria the tensions are felt strongly in Lebanon, which is hosting almost one million refugees.
Experts have raised doubts over a shocking image, used by the Times, purporting to show a foetus which has been shot in the womb.
Health care is being hampered by those involved in the conflict because of the Assad regime’s willingness to target doctors and hospitals.
A Syrian surgeon describes his struggles to treat the wounded in Homs and calls on the international community to intervene.