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What Trump's Missile Strike Means for Syrians Like Me
As an asylum seeker in the US, I understand why so many cheered the attack on Assad's airbase.
We Asked Experts if Syrian President Bashar Assad Will Ever Be Punished for War Crimes
The embattled strongman could eventually find exile in Russia—if he doesn't wind up before the International Criminal Court.
America Helped Make the Islamic State
While America pats itself on the back for taking on Islamic militants in Iraq, it's worth remembering that it's fighting a monster of its own creation.
The Destruction of Daraa
Three years later, the Free Syrian Army is still in a deadlocked Civil War with Assad.
Fighting in Syria Is Inching Lebanon Closer to Civil War
Bombings push Lebanon to its breaking point.
The Holding Court Issue
Strolling the Champs-Élysées with 120,000 Syrian Refugees
The fallout of chemical warfare in Jordan's Za'atari refugee mega camp.
Robert King as Told to Rocco Castoro and Angelina Fa