27 08, 2019

Darayya: Three years in waiting for the return of life

By Ammar HamouAlaa Nassar|2020-12-02T14:12:26+02:00August 27, 2019|

AMMAN— A few civilians disembarked from an old bus that had just stopped in the western countryside of Damascus and continued their journey to Darayya, a city that has been pummeled into rubble by bombardment of government forces, on foot. The city has become the example of organized mass displacement in Syria after an extended siege.

24 02, 2019

Souriyeh / سوريّة: Damascus-Beqaa

By Madeline Edwards|2021-02-11T09:51:39+02:00February 24, 2019|

Hop onto any one of the public minibuses parked on the street outside, and you can be in Damascus in about an hour or two. It’s one of many reminders of home here at Women Now, a center run by Syrian women refugees in Lebanon’s Beqaa Valley.

21 02, 2019

Souriyeh / سوريّة: Women’s voices from Syria

By Syria Direct Staff|2021-02-11T09:53:50+02:00February 21, 2019|

For around five years, Judi Arash lived under siege in a bombed-out, encircled rebel-held area of northern Homs that, at one point, was restricted to just three square kilometers.As a respite, she threw herself into her job as a journalist, choosing to report on the conflict unfolding around her.

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