Covering a war "means going to places torn by chaos, destruction and death . . . and trying to bear witness.
Acclaimed war reporter killed after her house was shelled in Homs.
At the Palace of Westminster, leading Kurd figures call for a "united front" against the Assad regim
When I joined the Foreign Office in 1979 it was engaged in a soul-searching review into why it had failed to predict the fall
In February 1982, a massacre was committed in the Syrian city of Hama.
Still in its formative stages, this process of transition will take a long time and embrace all aspe
A debate on the likely outcomes of the protests in Damascus and elsewhere.
Ali Ferzat, famous dissident cartoonist, is beaten by security forces.
The war by Bashar al-Assad on the people of Syria has created a civil impasse, and could lead to all