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Analysis | Will Britain do it for Syrian refugees?

Will this plan of transferring refugees from Britain to Rwanda prevent people from crossing the English Channel?

Voices of Freedom: Sharing the stories of exiled writers

This is the first in a series of activities aimed at sharing the stories of exiled writers and refugees in Canada through poetry.

Malnutrition and hunger strike Syria’s IDP camps

"... in 2022-2023 about 5.5 million people including mothers and children aged 0-59 months in Syria will need direct nutrition assistance."

Syrian ‘gravedigger’ testifies before the US Congress 

Three trailer trucks would arrive loaded with between 300 and 600 bodies of victims of torture, shelling and slaughter, says the Gravedigger.

News Report | Miseries of life increase for Syrians under Assad

Currently the value of the Syrian pound has depreciated to the point where one US dollar equals about 4000 Syrian pounds

Al-Tadamun Massacre: Just one in thousands and counting

Massacres such as this did not start with the beginning of the Syrian revolution 11 years ago, nor did they end with this one.

Analysis | Has Assad’s last “decree” criminalized or legalized torture?

"The Koblenz trials in Germany confirmed that torture crimes are systematic in the Syrian regime," writes Almoutassim AL KILANI.

News Report | Again, Rukban Camp and its dead-alive inhabitants

"The situation in Rukban has long ago passed the limit of human acceptability and its residents are once again asking for a solution," writes Scalinci.

Report | ‘For Syria’ conference: Celebrating culture and civil society in Washington, DC

The event was both an exuberant celebration of Syrian culture, and an opportunity to collaborate on plans for supporting civil society in Syria.

Analysis | Syrian Constitutional Committee: Is it a waste of time?

It seems there is nothing to be gained by the Syrian opposition’s continued participation in this never-ending diversionary process.

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