Idlib

16 01, 2024
  • A Syrian family organizes their last month of aid from the World Food Program at their home in the Idlib countryside’s Atma displacement camp in December, the same month the UN body announced it would suspend its in-kind food assistance program across Syria due to a lack of funding

Syrians lose WFP lifeline as US slashes funding

By Natacha Danon|2024-02-01T12:12:58+01:00January 16, 2024|

Millions of Syrians face hunger with the suspension of all in-kind WFP food aid this month, in part due to major cuts to US funding. US aid cuts of up to 50 percent are expected across all humanitarian sectors in 2024, senior humanitarian sources said.

1 12, 2023
  • والدة محمد جلمود تلقي النظرة الأخيرة عليه في مستشفى الرحمة بدركوش في ريف إدلب، قبل دخوله إلى تركيا، 06/ 07/ 2023، (الناشط الإعلامي بهاء سويد)

Suffering in silence: Cancer patients in northern Syria at the mercy of the crossings

By Mustafa MustafaAladdin Ismail|2024-01-18T13:49:48+01:00December 1, 2023|

This investigation highlights how cancer patients across northern Syria are paying the price for the country’s faltering healthcare system. Cancer medications are scarce, northern Syria lacks specialized health facilities, and border crossing closures and difficulties of internal travel stand in the way of timely treatment.

10 10, 2023
  • Torture survivors, activists and family members of some of Syria’s thousands of forcibly disappeared people rallied outside the Peace Palace in The Hague on Tuesday morning as the International Court of Justice heard oral arguments by Canada and the Netherlands in a landmark case against Syria for state-sponsored torture, 10/10/2023 (Caesar Families Association/Yasmin Mashaan)

Damascus absent as landmark torture case begins at World Court

By Mateo Nelson|2023-10-10T23:13:15+02:00October 10, 2023|

A landmark torture case brought against Syria by Canada and the Netherlands began at the UN’s highest court on Tuesday—with Damascus absent. While it is not a criminal case, torture survivors and family members of Syria’s disappeared say it marks another milestone in their long, slow fight for accountability.

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