• The Regime Punishes Prominent Assad Supporting Journalists

    Thursday March 7th, 2019

    by Alsouria Net (opposition website)

    Any criticism of the Assad regime, even from committed loyalist, is being punished in the most severe manner reports Alsouria Net.

  • France Proposes Amendments to the Constitution

    Tuesday March 5th, 2019

    by Asharq al-Awsat (London-based, pan-Arab daily)

    France has reportedly reached out to Moscow to break the impasse of the constitutional committee and speed up the process of elections in Syria writes Asharq al-Awsat.

  • “Syrians Against Extremism” Campaigns Against Extremist Ideology

    Tuesday March 5th, 2019

    by Salon Syria (Independent site)

    The campaign, which was launched in 2017, is pushing back against the ideologies of Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham, that has taken control of large parts of northern Syria writes Salon Syria.

  • Two Refugee Brothers in Germany Set up a Courier Company

    Monday March 4th, 2019

    by Iqtissad (opposition website)

    Two Syrians from Manbij have moved from refugee status to managing an important transport company in Germany, Iqtissad, an opposition media, reports.

  • The Waking Nightmare for Women in Prison

    Thursday February 28th, 2019

    by Zaman Al Wasl (Opposition website)

    For women trapped inside Assad’s prisons, life is a hellish existence that includes appalling conditions and sexual violence writes Zaman Al Wasl.

  • Russia’s disregard for Assad

    Tuesday February 26th, 2019

    by Alsouria Net (opposition website)

    With the recent publication of a photo of Assad at the Hemeimeem base, Russia is trying to show who is the lesser partner in their relationship writes Alsouria Net.

  • Idleb Peace Talks Mean Little to Syrians Still Being Bombed

    Tuesday February 26th, 2019

    by Al-Araby al-Jadeed (London-based pan-Arab newspaper)

    Idleb is supposed to be governed by an agreement that stops violence between opposition groups and the government, but attacks have continued writes Al-Araby al-Jadeed.

  • The Butcher’s Bride: Syrian Activists Call for Revoking British Citizenship of Assad’s Wife

    Friday February 22nd, 2019

    by Al-Araby al-Jadeed (London-based pan-Arab newspaper)

    Following the stripping of suspected IS-member Shamima Begum’s British citizenship, Syrians have called for Bashar al-Assad’s wife Asma’s UK citizenship to be stripped writes Al-Araby al-Jadeed.

  • She Dreams of a Small Kitchen and Knowing Where Her Husband Is Buried

    Wednesday February 20th, 2019

    by Ana Insan (Independent Website)

    Many of the women who have lost their husbands are thrown into a life of struggles and constant upheaval reports Ana Insan.

  • Smugglers Take Advantage of Syrian’s Suffering

    Monday February 18th, 2019

    by Zaman Al Wasl (Opposition website)

    Displaced people in northern Syria are continuing to try and cross over into Turkey, despite the physical risks and the high financial costs reports Zaman Al Wasl.

  • Teachers’ Houses Raided for Giving Private Lessons

    Thursday February 14th, 2019

    by Al-Watan (pro-government newspaper)

    According to the laws of the Teachers’ Union in Syria, teachers are not allowed to give private lessons in unlicensed institution writes Al-Watan.

  • The Regime Releases and Recruits ISIS Fighters

    Wednesday February 13th, 2019

    by Etihad Press (opposition website)

    After serving short sentences, if any time at all, fighters from the Islamic State are being conscripted into the security services, where their knowledge is helping the regime arrest activists writes Etihad Press

  • Corruptions Bleeds Residents of Southern Reconciliation Areas Dry

    Wednesday February 13th, 2019

    by Alsouria Net (opposition website)

    Despite the reconciliation deals that were made between the opposition and the regime, residents are being forced to pay huge sums of money to secure their rights reports Alsouria Net.

  • The Infants of a Dying ISIS ‘Caliphate’

    Wednesday February 13th, 2019

    by Asharq al-Awsat (London-based, pan-Arab daily)

    Many of the children who have been born in the last days of the “caliphate” are without an official nationality and without a father writes Asharq al-Awsat.

  • Amendments to Syrian Personal Status Law Are Not Enough

    Tuesday February 12th, 2019

    by Hurriya Press

    Changes to the Personal Status Law have bolstered agency for women in Syria, but some have criticised the amendments for not going far enough writes Hurriya Press.

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