Al-Shifa Hospital in Afrin in Aleppo province, northern Syria, after it was targeted by missile strikes from positions controlled by government forces and the SDF, which led to deaths and injuries
Denmark strips 94 Syrian refugees of their residency permits, deeming Damascus safe for their return
Rejected asylum seekers in Denmark have three options: return to Syria, go to a third country or stay indefinitely in a ‘return center’ in Denmark.
Three months after the Bsharre incident, over 300 Syrian families are still paying for the crime of one person
As the news of the killing spread in the village, a mob ransacked Syrian homes; 1,592 Syrians fled overnight
Security-sponsored investment auctions: A new violation of displaced farmers’ property rights in northwestern Syria
While al-Hassan used to support his family of eight from the revenue of the land he inherited from his father, he now lives on “the monthly food basket that I receive in the camp.”
Syrians included in Jordan’s plan to confront COVID-19: First vaccination center opens in Zaatari camp
Ninety-six Syrian refugees received the COVID-19 vaccine this week as the first group to benefit from the new vaccination center in Zaatari camp
Since 2011, Syrian refugees poured into Jordan and the vast majority of them arrived without identification papers, especially widows who lost their husbands in the war or whose husbands were among the scores of missing and forcibly disappeared. Without these papers, widows face intense legal challenges.
A look at Google Trends data for the year 2020 offers a glimpse into the daily lives of Syrians across the country, including the prominence of fuel shortages, the currency crisis and coronavirus.
On average, every three days a person in Lebanon takes their own life, while every six hours someone attempts to complete suicide.
The exhibition, which may one day travel internationally, is a precious tribute to the Syrian cultural legacy.
Three years after ‘Olive Branch’: A militarized Afrin and continued violations against its residents
Three years since Turkish-backed Syrian opposition factions took over the Afrin region, its original residents—especially the Kurds—have grown accustomed “to injustice.”