President Assad announced on Syrian TV that the war-torn nation will hand over all chemical weapons to the international community.
The president made his case for military action and urged Americans to watch the horrific footage of Assad’s gas attack.
Video and unconfirmed reports are coming in of an alleged gas attack in the Qaboun neighborhood of Damascus, Syria. Multiple casualties have been reported.
Secretary of State John Kerry addressed the Senate Foreign Relations Committee today, debating an attack on Syria. Talking heads chimed in on social media with play-by-play and analysis.
With the on-going chemical weapons crisis in Syria, here is a timeline of major events regarding media coverage of political responses around the world.
The tragedy that is the Syrian civil war continues today as video emerges of the aftermath of an incendiary bomb attack on a civilian school playground.
Allied and opposition forces position themselves in the region surrounding Syria, preparing for a conflict.
Maher al-Assad, the younger brother of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, is accused of being responsible for the recent chemical attacks in Syria.
As the world struggles to come up with a resolution to the current Syrian crisis, Iran has threatened to attack Israel in retaliation for a U.S. strike on Syria.
After yesterday’s “war speech” by John Kerry, attention has turned to President Obama, who may order a missile strike on Syria “as early as Thursday.”
Videos began to emerge last night of the alleged aftermath of a chemical weapons attack on the Damascus suburbs of Ain Tarma, Zamalka and Jobar, killing 1,300.