Damascus says 700,000 people have visited Syria so far in 2022, including YouTubers and content creators whose travel videos portray a vision of “normal life” at odds with hardship and danger on the ground.
Following military escalation in the western Daraa countryside this week, a preliminary ceasefire agreement was reached between Tafas city negotiators and the regime for “wanted individuals” to leave the city.
A recent decision by Jordan’s Ministry of Interior allows Syrians resettled in Europe to visit Jordan. The move cancels the five-year entry bans Jordan generally issues to Syrian refugees resettled by the UNHCR.
A militia in Suwayda province linked to Syrian military intelligence was eliminated this week after local Druze groups attacked and took control of its headquarters. What happened, and what might the future hold?
Following the cancellation of the latest session of the Syrian Constitutional Committee after Russia objected to it being held in Geneva, the future of the body is uncertain. Could Moscow push for another path, outside the UN?