The embrace of two brothers ignites social media but creates false narrative
Arbitrary arrests targeting journalists and opposition members are on the rise in territories controlled by the SDF, which faces mounting popular dissent and intra-Kurdish tensions.
With Eid al-Adha approaching, the sheep market in Idlib province is crowded with livestock. But the turnout is almost non-existent due to successive economic crises in northwest Syria
In Idlib’s most dangerous corner, a young nature photographer documents the forgotten aspects of everyday life, clinging to the beauty of Syria’s green province.
Syrian refugees in Denmark live in fear of losing their residency. While such a decision does not force them to return to Syria, Denmark's policy to hold them in return centers pushes refugees to return voluntarily, despite the high risks they face.
Pickup trucks carrying water for mobile swimming pools to alleviate the impact of the heat wave on civilians, especially children, in camps in northwest Syria
Students in opposition-held areas struggle to earn recognized degrees, but the expanding university landscape in northwest Syria could bring new opportunities.
Russia threatens to veto the delivery of cross-border aid to Syria at the Security Council. What is it seeking from this diplomatic ultimatum?
In addition to the food blockade imposed by the Assad regime since 2016, al-Rukban camp, in the no-man's-land along the Syrian-Jordanian border, suffers a medical blockade following the close of the UNICEF medical point on the Jordanian side of the border in March 2020.
Despite the security risks that Syrian refugees may face upon return to their country, the push in this direction is reaching a crescendo.