Syria is the most dangerous place for aid workers in the world. What can the international community do to better protect them?
Strikes conducted by Russian and Syrian armed forces in Idlib amounts to war crimes, a new HRW report says.
What are the motivations of the Syrians signing up to fight in the Azerbaijan-Armenia war?
After a decade of war, gross mismanagement, negligence and illegal logging, Syria's forests and ecosystems have paid a grave toll.
Despite increasing restrictions on border crossings, Syrian refugees risk it all for a better life in Turkey.
“Most of my drama revolves around having a big mouth; I got it from my mother,” Bilal Abdulkareem said, laughing. Inside Abdulkareem's fight to get off the US 'kill list.'
Even under conservative HTS rule, women in northwest Syria are fighting for their right to be seen and heard in public life.
UN Regional Humanitarian Coordinator for Syria Kevin Kennedy: Closing Bab al-Salameh ‘endangers the lives of children’
UN Regional Humanitarian Coordinator for the Syria Crisis, Kevin Kennedy, speaks with Syria Direct about the humanitarian situation in northwest Syria and the impact of the recent closure of Bab al-Salameh.
With the expiration of the UN cross-border aid resolution looming, alternative methods for aid delivery appear less than satisfactory.
Fighting between newly-formed "Be Steadfast" and HTS reveal greater tensions about the latter's rule in Idlib.