Daraa has not experienced violence on this scale since the signing of the so-called settlement agreement between the Syrian government and armed groups in July 2018
On February 1, the Syrian government launched its initiative to expand the “smart card” system to include subsidized prices for rationed quantities of tea, rice, and sugar.
With the arrival of the corpse to the graveyard in the old city of Daraa al-Balad in southern Syria, the wails of mourners quickly rose to a crescendo.
On January 12, the value of the Syrian pound plunged past the symbolic 1,000 mark, trading at SYP 1,020 to the dollar on the black market.
A year and a half after "reconciliation" agreements were signed, Damascus is going after Syrians' assets more than ever.
Russia represents an exceptional case in its unwavering support for the crimes of Bashar al-Assad against his people throughout the revolution and seems to have a different understanding and vision of the political settlement in Syria.
On September 7, two men from Daraa province were arrested while receiving medical treatment, increasing Daraa’s residents’ mistrust of Damascus.
On Sunday, residents of the western countryside of Daraa woke up to the news that a family of five was injured when a mine left behind by the Islamic State affiliate Jaish Khalid bin al-Waleed (JKW) exploded in the Yarmouk Basin. The incident was one in a series of similar explosions that have killed dozens of residents in southern Syria since the pro-government forces seized the area last summer.
AMMAN- The bombing of a Syrian military bus in Daraa governorate by an unknown group on June 17th exemplified the intensifying violence that is engulfing southern Syria as a multitude of groups compete for influence in the wake of the Syrian and Russian forces recapture of the area in July 2018.
AMMAN- One year after the Syian government retook control of southern Syria, the promised “reconciliation process” is stumbling as the area’s security situation deteriorates due to increasing assassinations, kidnappings, and government repression.