During a reconnaissance mission “the team came under small arms fire and an explosive was detonated,” says OPCW chief.
Syrian government has provided 15 buses for refugees returning from Shebaa.
Putin and Rouhani agree that the strikes have damaged the chances of achieving a political resolution in the conflict.
A recap of events that began with a suspected gas attack and ended in retaliatory military strikes by the West in Syria.
How could Theresa May follow an American president who the world knows is crackers, insane, chronically unstable?
Syria denounces Western attack as "barbaric", Russia calls for emergency UN session.
British PM Theresa May insists the attacks are not meant to "intervene in a civil war" or "regime change".
US, France and Britain are finalising plans for an expected strike against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime.
“I risked my life to come..I won't leave until I find my home...I want one look even if it's the last," says one woman.
Opponents of unilateral US action call emergency closed-door UN meeting; UK also schedules emergency cabinet meeting.
With renewed US military action seemingly imminent, both Washington and Moscow raised the rhetorical stakes.
Seven soldiers' bodies flown to Tehran for burial after Monday's strike which Syria, Russia and Iran blame Israel for.
Syrian war-monitoring group says 14 people, including Iranians, killed in a missile attack early in the morning.
France initiates the call, followed by the US, Britain, Kuwait, Sweden, Poland, Peru, the Netherlands and Ivory Coast.
"President Putin, Russia and Iran are responsible for backing Animal Assad," tweets US president.
First responders, known as White Helmets, report the attack, say entire families found suffocated in homes and shelters.
“Let the other people take care of it now. Very soon, very soon, we’re coming out."
Government forces hold 90 per cent area of Ghouta.
About 7,000 people would depart in the deal starting on Saturday morning, including fighters carrying light weapons.
The evacuation will likely pressure rebel groups in the remaining two pockets of Ghouta to accept similar deals.
44 people, mostly women and children, killed in one of the deadliest attacks in Damascus in the seven-year civil war.
The rocket fire by “terrorist groups” also wounded 23 people in the Jaramana area east of Damascus.
Afrin is one of many fronts in the Syrian war which has left 350,00 dead and displaced millions of people since 2011.
Hundreds of families crammed into the back of trucks and tractor carts to leave the city via the only remaining exit.
According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, 106,390 civilians have been killed in seven years.
The deaths bring the total toll from the government offensive to at least 1,102 civilians, according to SOHR.
13 trucks loaded with 2,400 food parcels crossed into Eastern Ghouta, entering what has been called “hell on earth”.
More than 340,000 people have been killed since then in a conflict the UN says caused the worst displacement since WWII.
Syria's advance into the last major opposition enclave near the capital has left more than 640 civilians dead.
More than 40 trucks loaded with aid were unable to reach the 400,000 people living in the battered enclave.