“We have had no bread in seven days because no flour reaches the camp. If the situation continues like this, we will die here of starvation.”
In a new podcast series, Syria Direct presents the experiences of displaced Syrians.
Al-Rukban camp, a hastily put together settlement in the no-man’s land between Syria and Jordan, has been all but forgotten by the world.
Despite the obvious danger to Syrian refugees, Moscow and Damascus urged them to return in an international conference last week.
Syrians in France face the uncertain fallout of political tensions around caricatures, Islam and migration
After the recent beheading of school teacher Samuel Paty and the ensuing cultural backlash against Islam in France, Syrians have felt increasingly unsafe in France.
New rules cracking down on terrorism financing could have unintended consequences for ordinary Syrians.
Syrian civil society organizations took the lead in building a case against the Syrian regime for carrying out chemical attacks on East Ghouta in 2013.
This week, Syria Direct will be launching its new podcast, Thawriyya. Produced by Syria Direct and funded by the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung (KAS), the podcast series follows the lives of five Syrian women activists.
Anger and confusion erupt over the Syrian government’s decision to ration bread through the smart card
In recent months, the smart card system has been expanded to include a wider range of subsidized goods, namely fuel, rice, tea, and sugar.
The 12,700 Syrians who reside in the al-Rukban internally displaced people’s camp find themselves totally unprepared to confront the virus.