It is claimed Adbullah al-Serhan Abo Yassin was 'targeted' by pro-government troops
The committee chair, Crispin Blunt, insisted Russia is not an enemy and said mounting tension must be defused
Our host declared it was time for Syria to have political choice, but admitted you sometimes have to choose between 'bad and worse'
Hamish de Bretton-Gordon tells Julia Hartley-Brewer Donald Trump could key to unlocking Syria crisis
A group based in North Africa posted graphic images from the war in Syria to NHS websites, stating that they were retaliating for the West’s aggression in the Middle East
Ceasefire came into effect at midnight last night
Galloway says Isis and other Islamist groups are the real villains and at least Russia are in Syria legally
The Government forces have pressed in on the rebel forces in Aleppo, bringing the civil war to its end game
Tim Eaton, from Chatham House, insisted that 'hearing about a deal' to evacuate civilians from rebel-held areas 'doesn’t mean it will be followed through or carried out'
The former Liberal Democrat leader said it was a priority for the West to prevent a repeat of the Srebrenica massacre in the city
Troops loyal to Bashar Al-Assad are poised to retake rebel-held parts of the city
Theo Deutinger's utopia would sit in between Italy and Tunisia, channelling the European dream and the wonder of space exploration
The MP for Sutton Coldfield and former Secretary of State for International Development didn't hold back on Russia
British lawmakers may finally wish to debate what to do about the battered Syrian city. Yet for thousands of people it's already too late
Andrew Mitchell said it might be necessary to intervene to stop the alleged bombing of civilians in Syria
Alexander Matthew, of the Red Cross, described the devastating impact siege warfare is having in Aleppo
The former Foreign Secretary has expressed cautious optimism about the ceasefire
Researcher Michael Stephens says Moscow and Washington are the key players in ending the bloodshed
Umer, 13, saw his father killed by the Taliban and then braved the Channel Tunnel to flee the horrors of the Calais migrant camp. Here he tells his incredible story to talkRADIO
Turkey claims it wants to flush Islamic State out of northern Syria. But there is scant proof, says Kurdish blogger
Would you go to Syria for a relaxing break?
Save the Children says UN must 'wake up' and work out a way to resolve the Syrian conflict after the picture of a wounded boy on the back of an ambulance went round the world