Syrians inside the country and worldwide fear the worst after peace talks in Geneva ended in disarray on Saturday. UN mediator Lahkdar Brahimi has called on the warring sides to reflect on their responsibilities.
Syrian rebels are leaving an enclave northeast of the capital, state media reported. It comes as Russia said inspectors from world's chemical arms watchdog had arrived in Douma, where an alleged chemical attack occurred.
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas witnessed the suffering of refugees up close on his trip to Jordan. He's vowed to offer more help, but, DW's Michaela Küfner reports, Berlin has wider strategic interests to maintain.
The 28 ministers agreed that airstrikes in Syria were understandable and blamed Assad for chemical weapons attacks. The EU reached conclusions despite diverging opinions on how to work with Russia in peace talks.
Deniz Naki was born in Germany to a Kurdish family and has long been a critic of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. More than 1,500 Kurdish fighters have died fighting Turkish forces in northern Syria.
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