American commanders have requested guidance on dealing with an attack from those armed groups and others from Iran and the Syrian government, but officials say they have received muddled direction.
The world is failing innocent victims of the war on terrorism.
With the holidays here, we want to hear from those whose families have been affected by President Trump’s restrictions.
The alliance might not be suffering “brain death” but it faces new technologies, new rivals, new weapons and a changing America.
Citing wars and the effects of climate change that have produced a flood of refugees, the agency is seeking nearly $30 billion for humanitarian relief in 2020.
Physicians for Human Rights corroborates claims that Bashar al-Assad’s government has criminalized giving care to its enemies, a violation of international law.
Thirteen civilians were killed in a strike on a market in a rebel-held town and eight children were among those killed by shelling near a school in a Kurdish town.
Lisa Smith, 38, and her 2-year-old daughter were deported by Turkey from a Syrian displacement camp and landed in Dublin on Sunday.
Eyewitness photos and videos, flight logs and cockpit tapes obtained by The Times enabled reporters to trace an airstrike on a Syrian camp for displaced families to a Russian pilot.
A Times investigation used cockpit recordings to show for the first time how Russian pilots attacked civilians in Syria this summer, killing dozens.
After a lull of several weeks, American troops and Syrian Kurdish fighters are once again conducting large-scale counterterrorism missions.
On a rare visit to U.S. bases in eastern Syria, we saw how President Trump’s message is being reinterpreted on the ground.
The Kurdish authorities said three children in Syria had been handed over to British officials.
The show, “Ahlan Simsim,” which means “Welcome Sesame” in Arabic, aims to tackle the trauma facing refugee children in the Middle East.
America’s mission to protect the Kurds after the Gulf War is a model for low-cost, low-risk intervention.
The strikes came a day after rockets were fired across the border into the Israeli-controlled Golan Heights.
Days after a clash between Israel and militants in Gaza to the south, tensions rose across the northern frontier.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s decision to send back foreign citizens who supported the Islamic State is handing Western Europe a problem it had hoped to avoid.
The United Nations is investigating attacks on seven humanitarian sites in Syria. Diplomats say Russia is trying to keep the U.N. findings secret.
Four weeks ago, The Times provided visual evidence showing that the Russian Air Force bombed a Syrian hospital. Last Wednesday, Russia did it again.
A Times article based on documents recovered by a researcher reported that ISIS made payments to members of a rival group.
The Pentagon is learning how to work with a president whose orders can whipsaw by the hour.
The British humanitarian accomplished enormous feats in alleviating the suffering of civilians in Syria.
Turkey said it had received assurances from Washington that the American would not be refused entry.
The Turkish leader clashed with a Republican senator and returned President Trump’s pointed letter warning against a military incursion into Syria.