In Idlib’s most dangerous corner, a young nature photographer documents the forgotten aspects of everyday life, clinging to the beauty of Syria’s green province.
Many cities and towns in Syria have witnessed demonstrations and protests in support of the Palestinian people facing Israeli aggression in occupied East Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip.
The province contains 134 bridges and crossings. Some 66 of these were completely or partially destroyed by international coalition bombings or IS attacks.
Ten years of conflict have taken their toll on Syrian children, 80 percent of whom see themselves living outside the country in the future.
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The exhibition, which may one day travel internationally, is a precious tribute to the Syrian cultural legacy.
Standing inside a flooded tent in the Umm Jaran informal camp, in the northern countryside of Idlib, Sharif Abu Khlaif was unable to describe their suffering.
In Jordan, 6,000 to 7,000 people work informally in waste recovery and recycling. Despite social stigma, this work brings an income to Jordan’s most vulnerable.
The stigma, misinformation about the virus and the reluctance to report to authorities augur a dark scenario for the overcrowded Syrian refugee camps in Lebanon.
Pictures taken inside Idlib province show how the rising COVID-19 pandemic is impacting daily life in the northwest province.