Syrian Attack Vigil To Focus On Innocent Lives LostDozens will gather at the state Capitol building Friday evening, to honor the lives of those lost in recent attacks in Syria.
Colorado's Congressional Delegation Differs On Attack In SyriaColorado's congressional delegation had mixed reaction to the airstrike in Syria.
Coloradan With Relatives In Syria Hopes Airstrike Leads To ChangesSyrian families in Colorado say they are feeling hopeful for their homeland after the United States launched a missile attack Thursday on a Syrian military base.
Trump Stopping Refugee Processing For SyriansA draft executive order obtained by The Associated Press shows that President Donald Trump intends to stop accepting Syrian refugees and will suspend the United States' broader refugee program for 120 days.
Colorado Man Concerned About Family Trapped In Aleppo's War ZoneThere is but one word to describe the misery the people of Aleppo have been going through. That word, according to Colorado man Mohamad Radwan Kalaaji, is hell.
Bodies Of 2 Coloradans Killed Fighting ISIS To Return HomeThe bodies of two Coloradans killed fighting ISIS will return home on Friday.
U.S. Set To Destroy Big Chemical Weapon Stockpile In ColoradoThe U.S. Army plans to start operating a $4.5 billion plant next week that will destroy the nation's largest remaining stockpile of mustard agent, complying with an international treaty that bans chemical weapons, officials said Wednesday.
Colorado Family Says Son Died Fighting For Kurdish MilitiaThe parents of a Colorado man reported killed fighting against the Islamic State group says their son joined Kurdish forces to "fight the evil that is ISIS."
Coloradan Joins Kurdish Forces Battling ISIS, Dies On BattlefieldJack Shirley was 24, almost 25, and raised in Colorado, but he died on a battlefield in Syria.
Denver Woman Puts Life On Hold To Help Refugees Fleeing SyriaA young woman from Denver has put her life on hold to help refugees fleeing Syria and Afghanistan.
Colorado Woman Among The Seemingly Ordinary Who Took Path To ExtremismA U.S. judge described Shannon Conley as an isolated high school dropout who was desperate for attention and needed counseling.
Refugees Living In Colorado Support Allowing Syrians In, But With Strict ScreeningShould Syrian refugees be allowed in the U.S.? The topic is being debated in every corner of the country.

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