Doctors say the bombardment by forces loyal to Assad was worse than anything they had seen in six years of war.
The moderate Rouhani leveraged protesters’ anger to drive through his agenda. But new crises may hinder reform.
Amendments to the resolution could be circulated by Russia, the Syrian government’s key ally on the Security Council.
Warplanes pounded the rebel-held district of Eastern Ghouta in what aid agencies called one of the deadliest episodes of bloodshed yet.
Israeli journalist Ben Caspit has alleged that the aide offered the judge the coveted post of attorney general.
Eastern Ghouta, an opposition-controlled suburb of Damascus, is the anti-Assad forces’ last bastion in the capital.
The prime minister has indicated he has no plans to step aside, even as Israel’s attorney general weighs an indictment.
The Israeli prime minister is accused in two cases involving alleged bribery and political favors.
Moscow has been playing down the incident amid concerns about the potential for a broader war.
Images of the unmanned craft released by Israel’s military resemble a U.S. stealth drone captured by Iran in 2011.
The operation, the largest in years, comes a month before a presidential election.
The overnight clash came after pro-government forces attacked a U.S.-backed base, prompting the Americans to retaliate in “self defense.”
The raids hit hospitals and residential buildings and were in apparent retaliation for the rebel downing of a Russian jet.
The public rallies around the operation, stirring nationalist sentiment and giving a boost to Erdogan.
Moscow says “precision weapons” killed 30 militants in northern Syria, where a surface-to-air missile brought down the jet Saturday.