The conflict in Syria has provoked fears that chemical weapons may fall into the wrong hands.
GlobalPost's Tracy Shelton captures regime assault on the frontlines of Aleppo, Syria.
Against all odds, a toddler survives a bomb attack that killed his entire family in Aleppo, Syria. Many more have not not been so lucky.
In a rare public appearance, Bashar al-Assad dismissed buffer zones and said he needed more time to defeat rebel forces.
Civilians are caught in the crossfire as the battle for Aleppo continues.
78,000 Syrian refugees have entered Turkey since the beginning of the conflict, the highest number of any neighboring country.
Analysis: Opposition stronghold five miles outside Damascus now full of “ghosts and dead bodies,” a GlobalPost correspondent reports.
Syria expert Marius Deeb offers insights into the Alawites.
Al Qaeda sympathizers muscling into the Syrian conflict are fighting for an Islamic state.
Foreign policy and counterterrorism expert Stuart Gottlieb talks to GlobalPost about the meaning behind the president's chemical weapons remarks.
A second Ramadan passes in Syria, marked by bombs instead of fireworks.