Two weeks into Syria’s wheat harvest and amidst an economic crisis spiraling out of control, Damascus is scrambling to secure its supply of the essential grain.
Do Israel's successful strikes in Syria reflect faulty Russian air defense equipment or the Syrian military's lack of expertise?
After a video was circulated showing fighters affiliated with HTS threatening Turkish soldiers in Idlib with “killings and beheadings,” the group denounced the threats.
The Syrian government has announced a certain easing of coronavirus-related restrictions in a bid to restart economic activity as the holy month of Ramadan begins.
Anger and confusion erupt over the Syrian government’s decision to ration bread through the smart card
In recent months, the smart card system has been expanded to include a wider range of subsidized goods, namely fuel, rice, tea, and sugar.
Can Turkey put a lid on HTS's ambitions in Idlib while maintaining its ceasefire with Damascus?
Teachers have shifted their classes to digital platforms to aid the development of the one million school-age children in northwest Syria.
Over the last year, Syria has experienced a collapse in the value of its national currency, rising inflation, and difficulties in securing foreign currency reserves.
Akram Suweidan transformed the very same weapons of war meant to kill him and his fellow Syrians into pieces of art, delivering his message of freedom to the world.
It is the children of Idlib who will bear the greatest scars of the Syrian government's offensive on northwest Syria.