Internal clashes and uncontrolled weapons have killed and injured dozens of civilians in parts of northern Syria held by the Turkish-backed Syrian National Army since the beginning of the year, with at least 24 incidents recorded.
Full access to videos and images of mass atrocities in Syria is the “absolute right” of those whose missing loved ones may appear in them, writes @MansourOmari. He proposes 8 guidelines for organizations and media to follow.
The release of a former regime soldier accused of abuses against civilians sparked protests in northwestern Syria this week and pointed to “organized corruption” within opposition military and security institutions.
In Damascus, as Syria’s economy spirals and the cost of living soars, some young people are downsizing their weddings, forgoing customs once thought unbreakable, or giving up on getting married altogether.
“They hit us, they are the ones that drowned us, I hold them accountable,” said Ahmad Sabsabi, who lost his wife and three children after a Lebanese navy boat collided with their migrant vessel on April 23.