Syria

The logo of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (© Yves Herman/Reuters)

Inspectors find evidence of chlorine in Syrian attack 

An international chemical weapons inspection team found chlorine and explosive residues inside the Douma, Syria, apartment building where dozens died in an April attack.
Man lying back with oxygen mask on his face (© Mohammad Al Shami/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

Chlorine likely used in February incident in Syria

International inspectors say chlorine was likely used against a rebel-held Syrian town in February, injuring 11. Still to come: their findings on the April attack on Douma that killed dozens.
Group of students standing behind robot (State Dept./D.A. Peterson)

U.S. hosts Syrian robotics team

Living in a refugee camp didn't hold back these five promising teenagers from building a robot and qualifying for a world-renowned robotics competition.
Three small children huddling in a bed with a blue blanket (© Hamza al-Ajweh/AFP/Getty Images)video

Condemning Syria’s chemical weapons use [video]

Leaders from the U.S., Britain and France spoke out against Syria for using chemical weapons in an attack in early April. Watch this video to learn about chemical weapons and why they're illegal.
Missile streaking through sky (© Hassan Ammar/AP Images)

U.S., allies cripple Syria’s illegal chemical weapons program

The precision U.S., French and U.K. missile strikes against Syrian chemical weapons facilities struck all their military targets while avoiding unnecessary risk to civilians.
U.S. Ambassador to Russia Jon Huntsman Jr. (© Yegor Aleyev/TASS/Getty Images)video

U.S. ambassador speaks to Russians about attack on Syria [video]

Watch the U.S. ambassador to Russia talk about the recent allied strike in Syria — a response to a chemical weapons attack that killed more than 40 people.
Girl with hands to her mouth and boy holding oxygen mask to his face (© Syrian Civil Defense/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

Latest chemical attack in Syria sparks outrage

The U.S. and allies are weighing their response to a chemical attack in the town of Douma, Syria, that they believe was perpetrated by the Assad regime.
Illustration of three weapons inspectors looking through a large magnifying glass (State Dept./Doug Thompson)

These sleuths detect nuclear and chemical weapons

The world relies on skilled international inspectors with sophisticated equipment to determine whether countries are fulfilling their obligations not to build nuclear or chemical weapons.
Illustration of terrorist draining large bag of money, leaving none for others (State Dept./Doug Thompson)

Its people suffer as Iran spends on terrorism [infographic]

People of Iran are telling their government they need better economic opportunities and more responsive governance. That's not the government's focus.