Pro-Democracy protests broke out in the city of Daraa after teenagers had been captured and tortured for writing revolutionary slogans on a school wall. Security forces opened fire on these protesters creating the first killings of the uprising.
The forces of Syria raided a sit-in occurring in the city of Homs.
Uprising gains control of their first town.
Hundreds of thousands of protesters began rioting demanding President Assad's resignation.
Major global leaders begin discussing methods to restore peace back to Syria.
Violence is spreading throughout Syria and begins to seep into the capital city of Damascus. Militias were formed to fight against the government for cities, towns, and the countryside. The Syrian Civil Ware has begun.
The UN announced the conflict had resulted in 90,000 deaths.
According to the UN the number of Syrian refugees had reached Two Million in October of 2013.
ISIS takes control of Syria's largest oil field.
US coalition begin air strikes within Syria "in an attempt to 'degrade and ultimately destroy' IS".
The UN claims the conflict has resulted in 250,000 fatalities. Rockets filled with the nerve agent sarin were fired at several suburbs of Damascus.
A three-year siege of the Homs suburb of al-Wair was successfully brought to an end in December 2015.