The latest regime strikes on northwest Syria have claimed lives and disrupted the harvest, pushing farmers underground to escape indiscriminate bombings and the illegal targeting of agricultural areas.
After a decade of war, gross mismanagement, negligence and illegal logging, Syria's forests and ecosystems have paid a grave toll.
The younger brother of Hafez al-Assad has been sentenced to four years in prison on the charges of embezzling $300 million from Syrian state funds.
Is Russia's escalation in Idlib related to Turkish gains in Libya?
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.
During the first week of September, protesters across Idlib province expressed their opposition to Hayat Tahrir al-Sham’s (HTS) leader, Abu Muhammad al-Jolani, and the Syrian government’s ongoing military campaign in northwest Syria.
Syrians, activists participate in global hunger strike to protest military campaign in northwest Syria
AMMAN- With a weak, wavering voice, Brita Haji Hassan describes, over a Whatsapp voice message from his hospital bed in Switzerland, on July 4, how his health is “unstable,” a result of 26 consecutive days without food.
Thousands of students take primary and secondary school exams in northwest Syria amidst bombing campaign
AMMAN- Thousands of students sat down to take their final exams last Sunday in the opposition-held area in northwestern Syria following a two-week delay as the Educational Ministry of the Syrian Interim Government struggled to coordinate testing amid massive waves of displacement, resulting from the Syrian government’s bombing campaign on the region.
After cuts, German aid agency reinstates funding to health directorates in rebel-held north with ‘strict conditions’
German development agency GIZ reinstated vital funding to health directorates across northwestern Syria according to “strict conditions,” local officials told Syria Direct on Monday, after it cut funds following major advances by hardline Islamist fighters in the region last month.
For around five years, Judi Arash lived under siege in a bombed-out, encircled rebel-held area of northern Homs that, at one point, was restricted to just three square kilometers.As a respite, she threw herself into her job as a journalist, choosing to report on the conflict unfolding around her.