Nature is another victim of the conflict in Syria, once referred to by some as the environmental “crown jewel” of the Middle East. Inside the country and abroad, nature lovers still strive to monitor and preserve this natural heritage.
Will new reforms be enough to quell discontent within the Autonomous Administration? The promised reforms include “local elections” across AA areas within a year.
Recent moves by the Autonomous Administration to placate Arab tribes are a positive step for stability in northeast Syria–but will it be enough?
Despite promising to end the use of child soldiers in 2014, the SDF has continued to recruit and use child soldiers.
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.
Previously a source of humor, a serious confrontation between competing forces deployed in northeast Syria is now well within the realm of possibilities.
On January 16, residents of the city of Qamishli in the northeastern province of Hasakah, organized a demonstration, calling for unity among the Kurdish political parties.
The disastrous humanitarian conditions of millions across Syria are set to deteriorate further after Russia and China blocked the renewal of the UNSC mechanism
AMMAN— Since last April, the Russian-backed-Syrian government forces and allied militia have launched a military offensive against the last opposition strongholds in northwest Syria, which necessitated immense amounts of fuel as the country suffers from a severe shortage.
Protests in Deir e-Zor reveal divisions between locals of the Eastern Euphrates and the Autonomous Administration
Amman- In the aftermath of an SDF and Coalition raid on the home of a suspected IS member in eastern Deir e-Zor, members of the ‘Ugaydat tribe gathered to deliver a concerted message to the U.S.-led international coalition.