• How Did Syrian Businessman Mohamed Hamsho Strip al-Qaboun Real Estate From Its Owners?

    Friday September 20th, 2019

    by SOWT AL-ASIMA (Opposition website)

    Businessman Mohamed Hamsho, who has close tie to the regime, has been preventing people from returning to their homes and securing the land for development writes Sowt al-Asima.

  • Northern Idleb Overwhelmed by Displaced People

    Thursday September 19th, 2019

    by AL-MODON (Lebanese news website)

    The recent assault on northern Syrian has created a massive wave of displacements and Idleb is buckling under the pressure reports Al-Modon.

  • Racist Shihabi Is Presented as an Economic “Savior”

    Thursday September 19th, 2019

    by BROCAR PRESS (Syrian opposition site)

    Fares al-Shihabi, who recently appeared on a TV channel owned by Samer Foz, is well known for his inflammatory and hostile statements about the Syrian people writes Brocar Press.

  • Regime Prepares Morek Crossing as a Replacement for the M5

    Wednesday September 18th, 2019

    by AL-MODON (Lebanese news website)

    Following recent advances in Hama province, the regime is conducting repairs to the Khan Sheikhoun-Qalaat Madaiq highway and preparing to open the Morek crossing writes Al-Modon.

  • Funding the Syrian State With Frozen Assets

    Tuesday September 17th, 2019

    by AL-MODON (Lebanese news website)

    In light of the collapsing Syrian pound and the dire economic situation, the Syrian government is using the assets of businessmen to fund the state writes Al-Modon.

  • ‘Mum, I Don’t Want to Die’: Syrians Flee Idlib for Miserable Displacement Camps

    Friday September 13th, 2019

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

    The brutal assult on Idleb by regime forces has pushed many families into the camps for the displaced, where the quality of life is very low reports Al-Araby al-Jadeed.

  • Financial Transfers Ceased in Daraa

    Thursday September 12th, 2019

    by BROCAR PRESS (Syrian opposition site)

    Citizens in Daraa and Quneitra are struggling to secure remittances as transfer offices in the area close down out of fear of prosecution reports Brocar Press.

  • Uber on Syrian Roads

    Thursday September 12th, 2019

    by AL-WATAN (pro-government newspaper)

    A project to launch a smartphone application that people can use to order taxis has been approved by the prime minister repots Al-Watan.

  • Ahlam al-Rasheed: One of the World’s Most Inspirational Women

    Thursday September 12th, 2019

    by ZAMAN AL WASL (Opposition website)

    Since the outbreak of the war in Syria, Ahlam al-Rasheed has worked to improve the lives of those affected and has been named as one of the most inspirational women in the world writes Zaman Al Wasl.

  • Outlines of a Settlement Between Assad and Makhlouf via Bin Salman

    Wednesday September 11th, 2019

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

    A solution to the conflict between Bashar al-Assad and Rami Makhlouf has started to form, after the later was reportedly placed under house arrest reports Al-Araby Al-Jadeed.

  • Medical Waste Is Taking the Lives of Workers in Syrian Hospitals

    Tuesday September 10th, 2019

    by SIRAJ (investigative website)

    Hospitals in Hassakeh are not disposing of medical waste correctly and medical workers who come into contact with it are falling ill reports Siraj.

  • Turkish Authorities Close Refugee Camps

    Tuesday September 10th, 2019

    by ALSOURIA NET (opposition website)

    Syrian refugees living in camps are being moved into Turkish cities and encouraged to integrate with Turkish society writes Alsouria Net.

  • Palace Security Investigates Samer Darwish and the Bustan Association

    Thursday September 5th, 2019

    by AL MODON (Lebanese news website)

    The general director of the Bustan Charitable Association, Samer Darwish, has been investigated on corruption charges by the security committee in the Republican Palace writes Al-Modon,

  • Condemnation of Treatment of Humanitarian Workers

    Thursday September 5th, 2019

    by BROCAR PRESS

    Humanitarian workers are facing assaults from all sides and have become targets for kidnappings and forces disappearances writes Brocar Press.

  • New School Year and Two Million Children out of School

    Tuesday September 3rd, 2019

    by BROCAR PRESS (opposition site)

    While children in regime areas go to the first school day of the new academic year, children in opposition held areas have to wait because of the bombardments writes Brocar Press.

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