The Syrian Civil War has caused 3.3 mil deaths which is more than twenty-three interstate wars between 1945 and 1997.
Another event that happened during the conflict is that most of the wars that happened since 1945, occurred in the nations of Asia, Africa, and Latin America.
2011: In July 2011, hundreds of thousands were taking to the streets across the country and opposition supporters eventually began to fight for themselves. In 2011, thousands of soldiers began launching attacks against the government, bringing the country to what the United Nations in December called the verge of civil war. June 2011: Police/soldiers in northeastern Syria joined protesters they were ordered to shoot. August 2011: President Barack Obama calls on Assad to resign and orders Syrian government assets frozen.
2012: July 2012: A bombing at the Syrian national security building occurred in Damascus during an important government crisis meeting kills four top officials, including Assad's brother-in-law and the defense minister. August 2012: Kofi Annan quits as UN-Arab League envoy after he tried to broker a cease-fire failed. Obama says the use of chemical weapons in Syria would be a "red line" that would change his thinking about military action.November 2012: The Syrian National Coalition is created, bringing together the main opposition factions.
2013: March 2013: The number of UN-registered Syrian refugees tops 1 million, half of them children. June 5: The Syrian army recaptures the key border town of Qusayr, in an assault led by fighters from Lebanon's Hezbollah.
The conflict caused people to commit very serious crimes. Also, another thing that happened because of the conflict is that people have been accused of using civilian suffering.
A ton of people are dying due to the conflict during the civil war because the conflict is causing people to drop barrel bombs. Another effect of the conflict is that ISIS got involved and was accused by the UN of having a campaign of terror which caused severe punishments.
The conflict has acquired sectarian overtones, pitching the country's Sunni majority and brought in regional and world powers.