The battle for Syria
Inside a secret civil war, Channel 4 News witnesses Syria's bloody fight for freedom.
More than 130,000 Kurds flee from Syria into Turkey as they escape an advance by brutal jihadi group Islamic State, including reports of beheadings.
The latest Islamic State film, of Briton John Cantlie, does not show his last moments. Is this a major change in the jihadist group's tactics?
Syria's government is continuing to use chemical weapons in its war against rebels and jihadist groups, a new OPCW report finds.
The emphasis at the Nato summit has been on forming a new Iraqi government and putting a Muslim, regional face on any "coalition of the willing".
The number of people to die in Syria has risen to over 191,000 in three years, but the conflict has "dropped off the international radar", says the United Nations commissioner.
Some say the US and Europe should, while holding their noses, embrace Assad. That may not only be distasteful but also self-defeating: Assad has engineered this situation.
Islamic State Twitter accounts report a major victory in Syria, bringing the jihadist group closer to the Turkish border - and an ancient town associated with the countdown to Armageddon.
There are so many different power blocs and interest groups in Iraq and Syria that it is almost impossible to predict where events might lead.