Every sunset, as the sounds of the city fade, the ‘hamamati’ (pigeon trainers in Arabic) let dozens of their birds reclaim the sky of the Lebanese capital.
As Damascus locks down to prevent the spread of Coronavirus, a dire economic situation gets worse.
One-third of all buildings in the analyzed areas of southern Idlib had been destroyed, while the two displacement camps examined grew by 100 and 177 percent since 2017
Akram Suweidan transformed the very same weapons of war meant to kill him and his fellow Syrians into pieces of art, delivering his message of freedom to the world.
Displaced Syrians in Rukban camp build an education system from scratch
The deadly expulsion of the Islamic State from Syria’s Raqqa last October was, arguably, one of the most destructive events in the ancient city’s 1,500-year history.
Photo Essay: Everyday Jordanians send mattresses, bread, water to Daraa displaced as border remains shut
In Syria’s southwestern Daraa province, tens of thousands of displaced people are stranded just minutes from the Jordanian border after fleeing the frontlines of a massive pro-government air and ground campaign on rebel-held territory that began last month.
In a small town in southwestern Syria, 10-year-old students open their math textbooks to solve a series of simple multiplication questions. But while the arithmetic wouldn’t feel out of place at a school anywhere in the world, the word problems and exerci
The belongings Abu Shadi, Um Shadi and their ten children [...]
At the last operational cancer treatment facility in the besieged, rebel-held suburbs east of Damascus, oncologist Dr. Wissam a-Roz treats 665 patients with almost no medicine.