A 2-year-old Syrian boy was reunited with his parents after he was inadvertently left behind in Damascus when the family fled shelling, and presumed dead. The family had left Syria and sought asylum in Cyprus when they discovered their son was alive.
Vali Nasr, dean of the School of Advanced International Studies of Johns Hopkins University and author of 'The Dispensable Nation: American Foreign Policy in Retreat' talks about how Israeli airstrikes into Syria could affect US policy in the Middle East.
As UN inspectors in Syria looked for evidence of the Syrian government's possible use of chemical weapons, President Obama and his administration are pondering a response to Syria's alleged crossing of Obama's famous red line.
Human Rights Watch released a report today saying that the evidence "strongly suggests" Syrian government involvement in the chemical attacks outside Damascus. We hear about the report from Peter Bouckaert, Emergencies Director with Human Rights Watch.
Iran and the US are both crowing about the agreement the two sides reached over the weekend. But major US allies are unsure of what to make of it and fear the US approach to the Middle East is changing dramatically, perhaps for the worse.
Like many homeowners, Diana Darke simply fell in love with her house and couldn't pass it up. But the British author's dream home was in Damascus, now caught in the Syrian civil war. Yet Darke refuses to give up on her house — or Syria itself.
Thousands of Syrians turned out to demonstrate after Friday prayers. The UN says as many as 850 people may have been killed in the two-month crackdown. The World's Ben Gilbert updates us on the latest events around Syria.
About 70 percent of the Syrian Army is made up of men who have been drafted. The opposition claims thousands of them are deserting. If you defect from the army and can't make it to Turkey, you have no place to hide.