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Tom Clonan: 'It is possible that the US and Russia may carve up Syria and Iraq between themselves'
Both Aleppo and Mosul are being besieged by pro-government forces strongly supported by foreign air power but the media coverage is very different, writes Tom Clonan.
“A bomb came and frightened us”: Syrian children reveal fears of violence, kidnapping and child marriage
Over a million children have fled the country since the start of the conflict three years ago.
Latest round of Irish humanitarian funding for Syrian crisis announced
€5.3 million has been approved, out of a total of €12 million this year.
Assad: I should have won the Nobel Peace Prize
The Syrian leader made the remark “jokingly” according to a Lebanese newspaper.
UN chief: Report confirms chemical weapons "war crime" in Syria
Ban Ki-moon says UN invesigators have confirmed “unequivocally and objectively” that chemical weapons, including sarin, were used.
Russia urges Syria: Give up your chemical weapons
The Russian plan for the Assad regime to surrender its weapons has been given a cautious reception in the White House.
German foreign minister to visit Turkey for Syria talks: embassy
Germany will enter discussions on the steady deterioration of relations between Syria and Turkey, following deadly airstrikes.
Seán Crowe says Syrian conflict "can be resolved"
The Sinn Féin TD met with a representative of a main Christian community in Syria yesterday, who said the conflict as not simple as it is being portrayed by elements of international media.