Omar al-Jubory believed the world needed to know what life was like under the Islamic State. He barely got out alive.
David Kenner is the Middle East editor for Foreign Policy.
As Republicans and Democrats hashed out their differences, politicians from Iran to Israel made it all about themselves.
Damascus promised to destroy its entire arsenal, but the world’s chemical weapons watchdog suggests Assad may have squirreled some away.
After urging Turkish citizens to take to the streets to turn back an attempted military coup, Erdogan landed in Istanbul early Saturday to retake control of the country.
Outside observers have long accused the U.N. agencies operating in Syria of being hopelessly beholden to the Syrian government, failing to deliver aid to opposition-held ...
An American held in Syria since 2012 has been released.