Abu Khashab camp was established in 2017 on agricultural land lent to local authorities by a prominent family from the area. But the land has since been claimed by another family, who never agreed to turn it into a camp. Three years later, legal deadlock persists, stalling some aid programs.
As opposition factions clash, residents of displacement camps in the area between HTS-controlled Idlib and SNA-controlled Aleppo are in the line of fire and fleeing, if they can.
In cautious phone calls and coded language, people in northern Syria displaced from East Ghouta reach out to the loved ones they left behind in regime-controlled areas.
Why is Turkey interested in building housing in northern Syria? Who funds and implements these projects? And why are some human rights actors concerned about Ankara’s activities?
In the remote Rukban camp, falcon trapping has become an obsession among the desperate residents. But while hunters dream of changed lives, birds pay a high price.