Correspondent taking cover makes for great television. Being actually in that situation is quite another matter.
The city streets, despite the lovely winter weather, are now a place where an Israeli air strike can hit at any time.
Aleppans want their "lives back". When will that happen? You wouldd have to be brave, or psychic, to hazard a guess.
Mohammed al-Dahabi, who was once one of the country's most feared officials, has been sentenced to 13 years in prison.
Despite his loss in first round, an act of generosity from an unlikely quarter helped George Sabra became SNC leader.
Former Syrian PM tells Russian FM that no negotiations can take place so long as Assad remains in power.
Overhaul of Syrian National Council makes room for extra members and minorities.
Anger is growing over US role in crippling Tehran's economy and impoverishing people through tough sanctions.
The peace of Mecca provides a special kind of sanctuary for some escaping violence back home.
Some refugees in Turkey feel that returning home is a better option than spending the winter in a camp.
Mohamed Ayman al-Ezz tells the story of how he survived being shot in the head by pro-government militia.