• 2020 Gandhi Peace Award Honors Two Syrians

    Friday January 15th, 2021

    by Wael Sawah – The Syrian Observer

    Dr. Zaher Sahloul and Maysoon Almisri were awarded The Gandhi Peace Award for their work to help civilians in Syria and their peace building efforts.

  • After Russia Guarantees Assad Win, What Are the Opposition’s Attitudes?

    Tuesday January 12th, 2021

    by NORTH PRESS (Kurdish news agency)

    Following revelations regarding Russian plans for the upcoming Syrian presidential elections, questions are being asked as to what position the opposition will take writes North Press.

  • Why Another Term for Assad?

    Thursday January 7th, 2021

    by Abdel Wahab Badrakhan - ANNAHAR (Lebanese media outlet)

    With Russian approval, President Assad has been allowed to run in Syria’s next election, but he could be made to make changes to the constitution writes Annahar.

  • What is the Truth of Syria’s Economic Future?

    Tuesday January 5th, 2021

    by SYRIA STEPS (Loyalist)

    Minister of Finance Kinan Yaghi has told Syrians that 2021 will be a better year, economically speaking, than last year, although gave few specific details writes Syria Steps.

  • Mikdad: Assad Will not Leave Power Whatever Happens

    Wednesday December 23rd, 2020

    by ANNAHAR (Lebanese Media Outlet)

    During a meeting between Mikdad and Lavrov, the new Foreign Minister insisted that Assad must remain in power and that he has no intention of leaving office reports Annahar.

  • Labor of War Orphans and Widows Mounts in Daraa

    Wednesday December 23rd, 2020

    by IQTISSAD (independent)

    Ongoing economic problems have forced women and children to join the employment market, but salaries are not meeting the cost of living writes Iqtissad.

  • Will Mazloum Abdi Defect from PKK?

    Tuesday December 22nd, 2020

    by ALSOURIA NET (opposition website)

    Following recent statements, it is thought that Mazloum Abdi could leave the PKK and that foreign fighters could withdraw from eastern Syria writes Alsouria Net.

  • Syria’s Damascus Faces Famine Amid Economic Crisis

    Tuesday December 22nd, 2020

    by NORTH PRESS (Kurdish news agency)

    The economic situation in Syria continues to worsen and with no indications that wages are set to rise, it is feed that the country could slip into famine writes North Press.

  • No Red Lines in Times of Hunger

    Monday December 21st, 2020

    by ETIHAD PRESS (opposition website)

    Economic hardship in Syria is continuing to get worse and citizens are being forced to do whatever they can to secure food, even if that mean undertaking work they never imagined doing reports Etihad Press.

  • Living Difficulties for IDP Families in Syria’s Northeast Derik

    Thursday December 10th, 2020

    by NORTH PRESS (Kurdish news agency)

    Families that have been forced from their homes by military action are moving to Derik in northeastern Syria, but are finding the conditions there equally difficult, with high rents and the cost of basic supplies reports North Press.

  • Why Wouldn’t they Admit my Father to the Hospital?

    Tuesday December 8th, 2020

    by ETIHAD PRESS (opposition website)

    Syrian have been shocked by a video of a young girl and her dying father, who were denied admittance to a hospital in Homs reports Etihad Press.

  •  Aid Worker ‘Exploited, Sexually Abused Several Syrian Women’: Report

    Tuesday December 8th, 2020

    by AL-ARABY AL-JADEED (London-based pan-Arab newspaper)

    A newly published report has highlighted the abuse suffered by Syrian women at the hands of a male Syrian aid worker and activist, who worked with several Syrian and international NGOs writes Al-Araby Al-Jadeed.

  • On the Fate of Syrian Agriculture

    Monday December 7th, 2020

    by AL-WATAN (pro-government newspaper)

    The Ministry of Agriculture is working with farmers to boost the production of wheat in Syria, and push the country out of the crisis that it currently finds itself in writes Al-Watan.

  • Idleb Comes Under Focus After Turkish Troop Movements

    Friday December 4th, 2020

    by AL-ARABY AL-JADEED (London-based pan-Arab newspaper)

    The northern province of Idleb is supposed to be controlled by a ceasefire agreement between Russia and Turkey, but frequent infringements spread fear and chaos reports Al-Araby Al-Jadeed.

  • Syria Graduate Doctors Set To Battle COVID-19 in Rebel Hub

    Wednesday December 2nd, 2020

    by AL-ARABY AL-JADEED (London-based pan-Arab newspaper)

    Graduate doctors in rebel held areas of northern Syria are having to take to the frontlines of the battle against COVID-19, as the virus spreads through the area writes Al-Araby Al-Jadeed.

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