• 8,409 Charged With Drug Dealing in 2018

    Tuesday April 30th, 2019

    by Al-Watan (pro-government newspaper)

    Major Hossam Azar from the anti-drug department, blamed the spread of drugs on terrorist groups, who use the profits to fund their activities writes Al-Watan.

  • Gratuity or a Deal? Controversy Surrounds Return of Soldier’s Remains for Two Syrian Prisoners

    Monday April 29th, 2019

    by Al-Quds Al-Araby (London-based, pan-Arab newspaper)

    Israel released two Syrian prisoners, after it received the remains of an Israeli soldier killed in the first Lebanon war, although they deny that it was part of a deal writes Al-Quds Al-Araby.

  • Details Emerge of Syrian-Russian Agreement Over the Tartous Port

    Friday April 26th, 2019

    by Al-Watan (pro-government newspaper)

    The Syrian government has sought to reassure people that the port of Tartous would be run cooperatively by Syria and Russia, to the benefit of both writes Al-Watan.

  • Is the Oil Embargo Pushing Assad Towards a Political Solution?

    Thursday April 25th, 2019

    by Iqtissad (independent)

    The fuel crisis in Syria, could be used as an opportunity to push the regime to accept a political solution and potentially could lead to a change at the top of the regime writes Iqtissad.

  • “It’s Your Right” Campaign Raises Awareness of Sexual Harassment

    Wednesday April 24th, 2019

    by Hashtag Syria

    Sexual harassment is a growing problem in Syrian society and is increasingly being seen on public transport writes Hashtag Syria.

  • Opposition Properties Confiscated as the Regime Implements Asset Freezes

    Wednesday April 24th, 2019

    by Al-Modon (Lebanese news website)

    Opposition members are having their assets frozen by the regime, with property being sold off at public auction reports Al-Modon.

  • Turkish-US Talks on a “Security Zone” Continue

    Tuesday April 23rd, 2019

    by Al-Quds Al-Araby (pan-Arab London-based newspaper)

    Despite some reports of progress, talks about the nature of a “security zone” in northeastern Syria are still ongoing reports Al-Quds Al-Araby.

  • How Did Liwa al-Baqr Become a Stumbling Block for the Russians in Aleppo?

    Monday April 22nd, 2019

    by Al-Modon (Lebanese news website)

    The Iran backed militia, Liwa al-Baqr, have secured a firm grip over many parts of Aleppo, weakening the influence of Russia and their Liwa al-Quds militia reports Al-Modon.

  • Syrian Refugee Girl Shines in the Netherlands

    Wednesday April 17th, 2019

    by Zaman Al Wasl (Opposition website)

    Despite having to flee her home country and facing continued hardship, Shaza al-Manla has thrived as a musician and continues to excite audiences writes Zaman Al Wasl.

  • Syria’s Dog Economy

    Tuesday April 16th, 2019

    by Al-Watan (pro-government newspaper)

    The breeder and trading of dogs is a growing business in Syria, with some dogs being sold for as much as 3 million Syrian pounds writes Al-Watan.

  • Who Beat the Old Man in Damascus?

    Monday April 15th, 2019

    by Al-Modon (Lebanese news website)

    A photo, which appears to show an elderly man who was hit in the face by traffic police, has caused an outpouring of anger on social media reports Al-Modon.

  • Is the al-Rukban Camp Being Dismantled?

    Thursday April 11th, 2019

    by Al-Modon (Lebanese news website)

    Following a meeting between Russia, the regime and representatives from al-Rukban, families have started to leave, although the fate that awaits them is unclear writes Al-Modon.

  • What If OCHA Returned to Damascus?

    Wednesday April 10th, 2019

    by Al-Modon (Lebanese news website)

    The prospect of the return of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs has raised many questions about the relationship between the regime and the UN and how aid will be used writes Al-Modon.

  • Soaring Prices Leave Destitute Syrians Weary as Ramadan Approaches

    Wednesday April 10th, 2019

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

    While the cost of daily goods has skyrocketed, wages in Syria have not changed, leaving many families struggling to make ends meet reports Asharq al-Awsat.

  • Survivors of Douma Chemical Attack Recount Horrific Night

    Tuesday April 9th, 2019

    by Zaman Al Wasl (Opposition website)

    It has been one year since the regime dropped sarin and chlorine gas on Douma, killing 41 civilians and injuring hundreds more writes Zaman Al Wasl.

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