The Syrian government has allowed that region's version of the Red Cross into the embattled city of Homs to help victims of the ongoing violence there. Betty Nguyen reports.
The Arab League observers came to Syria to hold dictator Bashar al-Assad to his promise to end the violence against protesters. But they lack adequate support and protection to carry out the mission, reports Elizabeth Palmer from inside Syria.
American reporter Marie Colvin and French photographer Remy Ochlik were the most recent Western journalists to lose their lives in war-torn Syria. "CBS This Morning" special correspondent Jeff Glor reports on the dangers of speaking truth to power.
U.S., European and Arab leaders are meeting in Tunisia to take up the growing crisis in Syria, where they are expected to demand an immediate ceasefire. CBS News foreign correspondent Clarissa Ward reports.
Scott Pelley speaks to Elizabeth Palmer in Damascus and Clarissa Ward in Istanbul about the potential future of the ongoing conflict in Syria.
Mitt Romney tells Scott Pelley that if elected his administration would not allow Iran to have a nuclear weapon. Romney also discusses how he would deal with chemical weapons in Syria.
The presence of Arab League observers in Syria seems to have emboldened the protest movement. But while some see the observers as heroes, others are questioning their true intentions. Mark Phillips reports.
In Syria, government forces are gathering for a possible attack on rebels in the city of Homs. CBS News foreign correspondent Clarissa Ward talks to Charlie Rose and Erica Hill following her risky assignment inside Syria, where independent reporters are not welcome.
A group of rebel soldiers known as the Free Syrian Army has been exchanging gunfire with government forces on an almost-daily basis. GlobalPost's Tracey Shelton reports.
After ten months of violence by the Syrian regime, the protesters of Daraa - who pioneered the popular uprisings back in March - are as angry and fearless as ever. Elizabeth Palmer gives a rare look at the people trying to topple a 40-year dictatorship.
Wounded protesters are being treated in make-shift hospitals because going to a government-run facility is too dangerous. Clarissa Ward reports from inside Syria.
A Chinese envoy went t Syria and urged offiicials to end violence against anti-regime demonstrators. Betty Nguyen reports.
In an interview with CBS News chief White House correspondent Norah O'Donnell, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton comments on her upcoming trip to Myanmar, as well as the situation in Syria, saying President Bashar Assad is "going to be gone, it's just a question of time."
Amid rising violence, the U.S. is considering closing its embassy in Damascus. Betty Nguyen reports
Calls for political dialogue between Assad's regime forces and opposition leaders to avoid civil war are becoming lost in a growing chorus of religious hatred. And, as Elizabeth Palmer reports, it may already be too late.
Government troops resumed their assault on rebel forces for the tenth straight day in the city of Homs. Charlie Rose reports.