Comment from U.S. State Department regarding potential terrorists' targeting of Russian targets was an 'emotional outburst,' says Moscow.
Russia and the U.S. failed miserably at managing the cease-fire they orchestrated, and are both responsible for the absurd situation now delaying the assault on ISIS' stronghold.
John Kerry demands Russia and Syrian regime halt air raids, salvage cease-fire; Russia's Lavrov calls for independent inquiry into UN aid convoy strike.
Russia has denied its aircraft or those of its Syrian government allies were involved in the incident, in which 18 trucks were destroyed.
Despite setback, Kerry says prepared to extend cease-fire so U.S. and Russia could then turn to planned military cooperation against ISIS and al-Qaida-linked groups in Syria.
Official Russian presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov calls Oliver Stone's new movie on the former CIA agent sought by the U.S. a 'must see.'
Parliamentary elections being held on Sunday regarded as test for United Russia amid economic crisis.
U.S. army says 'pretty sure' coalition-led air strike hit regime position in Deir al-Zor, killing dozens; tensions spill over to UN Security Council meeting held at Russia's request.
Washington not ready to break with 'terrorist elements' fighting Assad, Russian president says, asks why U.S. refuses to release written copy of cease-fire agreement.
Truce can't stand if U.S. stands on sidelines while Russia keeps bombing rebel targets, Syrian rebel source says, notes Aleppo still waiting for UN aid.