Friday May 24th, 2019
by Shadi al-Ahmed - Al-Modon (Lebanese news website)
While the regime pushes forward with its assault on Idleb and the Hama countryside, appetite among young men to go and fight is waning writes Al-Modon.
Thursday May 23rd, 2019
by Maysoun Youssef — Al-Watan (pro-government newspaper)
Terrorists in Idleb have falsely accused the Syrian regime of using chemical weapons, despite Syria disposing of its chemical weapons in 2013 writes Al-Watan.
Thursday May 16th, 2019
by Mohamed Nader al-Omri — Al-Watan (pro-government newspaper)
The 12th round of Astana talks failed to create the required agreements, which Syria and Russia blame of Turkey’s unwillingness to uphold its commitments writes Al-Watan.
Tuesday May 14th, 2019
by Abdul Razzaq al-Hawassali - Al-Araby al-Jadeed
The fuel crisis currently gripping Syria is not the first in the era of the Assad regime and has led to the weakening of the middle class and the desperation of the poor reports Al-Araby al-Jadeed.
Thursday May 9th, 2019
by Hussein Abdel Aziz - Alsouria Net (opposition website)
As the land and air assault on the province of Idleb continues, discussions in the background are still trying to secure political advantages writes Alsouria Net.
Tuesday May 7th, 2019
by Rifaat Ibrahim al-Badawi - Al-Watan
As the US tighten sanction on Iran’s oil trade, talk about a possible confrontation rises and Iran looks to circumnavigate the sanctions writes Al-Watan.
Thursday May 2nd, 2019
by Mazen Jabour - Al-Watan (pro-government newspaper)
Frustration with Russia and Iran is growing in Syria, with many unhappy about the way that the country is viewed writes Al-Watan.
Friday April 26th, 2019
by Firas Alawi - Hurriya Press
The Assad regime is facing an increasingly tough situation as the country and its internal politics are pulled apart by Russia and Iran writes Hurriya Press.
Friday April 19th, 2019
by Sami Moubayed - Facebook
The French man, who claims to be the grandson of General Gouraud, says that he has come to Damascus to apologize for the crimes of his grandfather.
Thursday April 18th, 2019
by Maysoun Youssef - Al-Watan (pro-government newspaper)
The economic war imposed on Syria by the US and other Western countries will not break the will of the Syrian people writes Al-Watan.
Tuesday April 9th, 2019
by Mazen Kseibi and Nader Othman - Al-Araby al-Jadeed (London-based pan-Arab newspaper)
The war in Syria has displaced 13 million people, but the situation and realities on the ground are not helping to facilitate their return writes Al-Araby al-Jadeed.
Wednesday April 3rd, 2019
by Diana Mukalled - Daraj (Lebanese website)
The image of a young girl, high on solvents, has shocked many people online, although cases of this nature are becoming more frequent writes Daraj.
Tuesday March 19th, 2019
by Samira Masalama - Al-Araby al-Jadeed (London-based pan-Arab newspaper)
As the deescalation agreement that governs Idleb continues to crumble, active parties are exploring a potential assault on the region and the implications that it could have writes Al-Araby al-Jadeed.
Wednesday March 13th, 2019
by Ali Hussein Bakir - Syria TV (opposition)
Recent protests in southern Syria have shown that, while Assad has taken control of much of Syria, opposition on the ground still remains reports Syria TV.
Thursday March 7th, 2019
by SANA (official news agency)
As well as preventing the departure of refugees from the al-Rukban Camp, the US continues to attack civilians and infrastructure writes SANA.
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