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# Assad

Last year
France issues arrest warrant for Syrian President over alleged war crimes
Syrian government condemns US general's visit to Kurdish-held northeast
All time
Russia and Syria blame Israel for airstrike on Syrian military airport
US 'deeply concerned' as 250 civilians killed in two days of bombing by Russian and Syrian forces
Human rights groups call for sanctions as UN says Assad forces in Syria were behind sarin gas attack
Life inside the world's biggest Syrian refugee camp
UN commission 'has enough to prosecute Assad for war crimes'
Assad will pay a 'heavy price' if Syria launches another chemical attack, US warns
'What's the plan?' Confusion reigns on Syria as Trump sends secretary of state to Russia
UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson cancels Russia trip after US bombs Syria
'Syrians are increasingly likely to opt for a strongman like Assad, capable of bringing stability'
Antoine Bakhash
This is the before and after picture of a man who survived Syria's 'human slaughterhouse'
Russia says it has begun scaling down its forces in Syria
It's over: Assad has finally retaken full control of Aleppo's charred ruins
UN sets up panel to gather evidence of war crimes in Syria
Evacuees "in a terrible state" after waiting overnight in freezing conditions to leave Aleppo
Civilians to be evacuated from Aleppo after reports of civilians being 'killed on the spot'
Aleppo's Old City has fallen to Assad's forces
Seven-year-old tweeting from war torn Aleppo 'doing well' after family flees army advance
This town has been under armed siege for four years - but it ended today amid tears and recriminations
Conjoined twins born in the midst of battle in Syria have died while awaiting permission to travel
Assad says there's one quick way to achieve peace in Syria
WATCH: First drone video shows devastation of war in Syria
Assad made his first foreign visit in four years. Guess where he went?
Russia denies accidentally landing missiles in Iran instead of Syria
'Children are being targeted by snipers and civilians shot in the street'
David Adams
Irish troops on high alert after rebels capture Golan Heights border crossing
Iraqi troops launch major operation against IS fighters over Saddam's hometown
Nearly 11 million Syrians are in urgent need of humanitarian aid
Syrian rebels abandon last positions in Homs
Column: Western powers should not intervene in Syria
Niall McGlynn
Column: Three years into civil war, families deprived of food are forced to eat stray cats
Peter Power
Journalists from rival Syrian sides come close to blows in Geneva
Rough start to Syria talks as both sides dig in but have yet to meet
War crimes report accuses Syria of torture and 11,000 executions
UN cancels Iran invite to Syria talks, Iran says they weren't going to go anyway
Syrian 'barrel bombs' kill 76 people including 28 children
Twelve nuns abducted by Syrian opposition fighters
Column: Leaving it all behind – a Syrian family’s journey to safety
Cilina Nasser
Assad: I should have won the Nobel Peace Prize