UK police arrested four men, including serving British soldiers, on suspicion of neo-Nazi terrorism offences on Tuesday, September 5. The four men − a 22-year...
Author - Fergus Kelly
Irma was downgraded to a tropical storm Monday morning, but the storm still has the capability to bring heavy downpours and destructive winds to much of the...
The WFP and UNHCR are using a newly opened land route to the northeast of Syria to expand aid delivery in war-torn Raqqa
The Coalition said that "there is insufficient evidence to find that civilians were harmed" after a March airstrike on a school in Mansoura, near Raqqa
A spokesperson for the Coalition told Grasswire that media has "vetted" the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights and it "has been found wanting."
The Times claimed the UN "has yet to begin any relief efforts in Tabqa" which "leaves the United States to serve as a stopgap for the most immediate needs." We...
The US State Dept has begun providing "humanitarian and stabilization assistance" in Raqqa as the number of displaced people since April 1 nears 180,000
The Syrian Democratic Forces announced the final phase of the operation to retake Islamic State's de facto capital of Raqqa.
A spokesperson for the US-led coalition told Grasswire on March 31 that engineers have checked the Tabqa dam, near Raqqa, for Islamic State booby traps.
The SDF says hundreds of people flee to its territory daily, adding to the thousands of people already displaced in northern Syria since March 30