T/syria

  1. After a Threat, the F.B.I. Comes to Call Interactive, May 27

    A refugee family learns the caller threatening to kill them could be anywhere, even nearby....

  2. After A Threat, the F.B.I. Comes To Call Interactive, May 27

    A refugee family learns the caller threatening to kill them could be anywhere, even nearby.

  3. Behind the Cover: 5.28.17 Magazine, May 26

    For this issue, amid the ruins of Aleppo....

  4. U.S. Airstrikes on ISIS Have Killed Hundreds, Maybe Thousands of Civilians Interactive, May 25

    The number of civilians killed in American-led airstrikes in Iraq and Syria spiked this year....

  5. U.S. Airstrikes on ISIS Have Killed Hundreds, Maybe Thousands of Civilians Interactive, May 25

    The number of civilians killed in American-led airstrikes in Iraq and Syria spiked this year.

  6. U.S.-Russia Hotline Is Buzzing Even After Strike on Syria Foreign, May 24

    The two countries’ militaries have actually increased communications since the American missile strike on an airfield in Syria, Russia’s ally....

  7. Aleppo After the Fall Magazine, May 24

    As the Syrian civil war turns in favor of the regime, a nation adjusts to a new reality — and a complicated new picture of the conflict emerges....

  8. Hunt for Manchester Bombing Accomplices Extends to Libya Foreign, May 24

    Developments indicated that the bomber, Salman Abedi, was part of a wider and more sophisticated plot than was initially believed....

  9. Inside the Air War Over Syria: A High Altitude ‘Poker Game’ Foreign, May 23

    A recent visit to the American-run air command center in Qatar shows the complexities of fighting against the Islamic State in the aftermath of a missile strike against a Syrian airfield....

  10. President Trump’s Mideast Contradictions Editorial, May 23

    By building a regional strategy around seeing Iran as the enemy, the president may be making conflict more likely....

  11. Mattis Says Escalation Against ISIS Doesn’t Imperil More Civilians Foreign, May 19

    Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said President Trump’s decision to give the military more latitude had put greater pressure on militants in Syria, Yemen and Somalia....

  12. Russia and Syria Denounce U.S. Airstrike on Pro-Assad Militia Foreign, May 19

    American officials said that the strike was in defense, and that they were working with Russia on ways to head off similar incidents on the ground, as they already do in the air....

  13. The Damage Mike Flynn Has Done to American Foreign Policy Op Ed, May 18

    Don’t believe allegations that he held up the war in Syria. But he has created international headaches....

  14. U.S. Warplanes in Syria Hit Pro-Government Militia Convoy Foreign, May 18

    Pentagon officials said vehicles driving toward a base where American and British forces train Syria militias ignored a warning strike....

  15. In ‘Hell on Earth,’ Horrors From the Syrian War Weekend, May 18

    The journalist Sebastian Junger and the documentarian Nick Quested examine the causes and repercussions of a brutal conflict....

  16. Trump May Have Shifted U.S. Intelligence Policy on Russia. Or Maybe Not. Foreign, May 16

    President Vladimir V. Putin has called repeatedly for unity in fighting terrorism. President Trump seemed to take up that call, at least momentarily, on Tuesday....

  17. Syria Denies Burning Bodies of Political Prisoners Foreign, May 16

    The Assad government dismissed as “lies” a U.S. government accusation that it was burning bodies at a prison complex to destroy evidence of war crimes....

  18. Trump Revealed Highly Classified Intelligence to Russia, in Break With Ally, Officials Say Foreign, May 15

    The intelligence disclosed was about an Islamic State plot, according to officials....

  19. Syrian Crematory Is Hiding Mass Killings of Prisoners, U.S. Says Foreign, May 15

    The State Department released satellite images showing a building thought to be a crematory, which would enable bodies to be disposed of without leaving evidence behind....

  20. Arab TV Series Dramatizes Life Under ISIS Foreign, May 16

    Watch video from the show, “Black Crows,” which will air on the popular satellite channel MBC 1. It aims, in part, to undermine the narrative that the Islamic State uses to entice recruits....

  21. A Caller Threatens To Kill Ammar’s Family Interactive, May 13

    A Syrian refugee gets an anonymous message telling his family to leave the U.S. or be killed. Warning: Strong Language....

  22. A Caller Threatens To Kill Ammar’s Family Interactive, May 13

    A Syrian refugee gets an anonymous message telling his family to leave the U.S. or be killed. Warning: Strong Language.

  23. Times Journalists Use Words, Photos, Graphics and Video. And Now, a Comic Strip Insider, May 12

    No laughing matter: The opinion section’s new graphic comic strip dramatizes the troubles that plague Syrian refugees resettling in New England....

  24. Once We Beat ISIS, Don’t Abandon Us Op Ed, May 11

    We ask America to be mindful of the enormous sacrifice the Kurdish people have made in this fight.

  25. After Trump Vows to Arm Syrian Kurds, the Next Move Is Erdogan’s Foreign, May 10

    The decision risks a rupture with Turkey, and could affect the battle against the Islamic State and the wars in Syria and Iraq....

  26. ‘I Was There’: Airstrikes Video, May 10

    In Syria, what lessons can America draw from its wars in Iraq and Afghanistan? Our Kabul bureau chief, Rod Nordland, discusses airstrikes with Stephen Farrell....

  27. Turkey Assails U.S. Decision to Arm Syrian Kurds Foreign, May 10

    President Recep Tayyip Erdogan joined his prime minister and foreign minister in criticizing Washington’s decision to arm the Y.P.G. militant group....

  28. A Syrian Plan Worth a Look Editorial, May 9

    Russia’s flawed cease-fire plan is worth considering, but Mr. Trump’s decision to arm Kurdish fighters may complicate matters....

  29. Syria Rejects U.N. Monitoring Role in ‘De-Escalation Zones’ Foreign, May 8

    The Syrian announcement added to uncertainties over compliance with the agreement, which Russia hopes the United States will endorse....

  30. Watchdog Group Sues Trump Administration, Seeking Legal Rationale Behind Syria Strike Foreign, May 8

    The administration has offered no explanation for what lawful authority it used to carry out the strike to punish Syria for a chemical weapons attack....

  31. A Late Entry by The Times Into the Fact-Check Biz Editorial, May 6

    The paper has started a new unit aimed at holding politicians’ feet to the fire....

  32. Russia Says Deal Bars American Jets From Much of Syria’s Skies. U.S. Says No. Foreign, May 5

    A State Department spokesman said that the agreement does not “preclude anyone from going after terrorists wherever they may be in Syria.”...

  33. Russia Reaches Deal for Syria Safe Zones, but Some Rebels Scoff Foreign, May 4

    The top United Nations envoy for Syria said the deal was a “positive step.” But some rebels said it left too many loopholes for the government....

  34. To Freeze Syria War, Russia Proposes Setting Up ‘De-escalation Zones’ Foreign, May 3

    The proposal, shared by participants at cease-fire talks in Astana, Kazakhstan, is one of the most detailed suggestions in efforts to halt the war....

  35. Trump and Putin Agree to Seek Syria Cease-Fire World, May 2

    In their first conversation since last month’s rupture over Syria, President Trump said he would send a representative to Russian-sponsored talks.

  36. Islamic State Attack Kills Dozens Near Syria Refugee Camp World, May 2

    The attack, one of the largest recent ones in northeastern Syria, occurred near a refugee camp that houses nearly 17,000 people.

  37. ‘Last Men in Aleppo,’ Models of Courage Under Fire Movies, May 2

    A documentary about the Syrian civil war focuses on members of a search-and-rescue group that digs for bodies after buildings have been bombed.

  38. Dialogue With Iran Is Impossible, Saudi Arabia’s Defense Minister Says World, May 2

    Prince Mohammed bin Salman, who is second in line to the throne, accused Iran of seeking to control the Muslim world and dismissed the idea of reconciliation.

  39. April Nerve Gas Attack in Syria Appears to Be One in a Series World, May 1

    On three other occasions, witnesses, doctors and human rights investigators say, Syria used nerve agents, killing at least 64 people in two attacks in December.

  40. The Times Uses Forensic Mapping to Verify a Syrian Chemical Attack Times Insider, May 1

    A look at the technology and techniques that enabled our reporters to determine that Russia and Syria had distorted details about the attack in Syria.