September 30, 2014
NOW reviews ‘Burning Country: Syrians in Revolution and War’ by Robin Yassin-Kassab and Leila al-Shami
August 17, 2016
NOW asks a Syrian activist who has met Clinton and her former Syria adviser at Foggy Bottom about the Democratic nominee’s plans
July 27, 2016
Former Home Secretary Theresa May arrives at Downing Street Wednesday as a mostly unknown quantity on foreign policy
July 13, 2016
Nineteen months on from the last militia battle, the city prepares for a vigorous three-way municipal election contest
The apparent murder of the nephew of a fugitive Arsal sheikh by the father of a Lebanese soldier executed by Nusra militants could lead to further violence in the region
Another death this weekend adds to the long toll of the illegal, but widely-tolerated, shooting of guns at social occasions
NOW talks bombs, refugees, elections, Brexit and more with the European Union’s new ambassador to Lebanon
July 8, 2016
From Iran through Syria, Egypt and beyond, the net effect of Obama’s two terms has worked in favor of autocrats
April 19, 2016
How the March 14 alliance transformed from a powerful Lebanese dream to continuous disappointment
An official in the Levant Front claimed that the Euphrates Shield operation aims to capture Al-Bab.
August 25, 2016
A firefight erupted Wednesday night in a village south of Jarablus between fighters affiliated with the Syrian Democratic Forces and rebels taking part in Operation Euphrates Shield.
The Syrian regime has condemned Turkey’s cross-border incursion near the ISIS-held town of Jarablus, calling it a “flagrant violation" of its sovereignty.
A leading Saudi daily has reported that Iran is mediating talks between Turkey and the Syrian regime, amid weeks of rumors of rapprochement between the two foes.
Ankara launched a major military operation Wednesday morning to pave the way for a rebel offensive into Jarablus.
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