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Death by torture of Hamza was a turning point in Syrian history

Hamza’s body was one of several that were deliberately returned to their families as a warning to all who opposed Assad

Houla massacre: 10 years without justice for the victims

In the Houla massacre 10 years ago, 49 children had been killed, 32 of them under the age of 10, as well as 34 women.

Musaharati: A Ramadan tradition barely surviving Syria’s hard times

The drummer, or Musaharati, is the person who shoulders the responsibility for waking the faithful who are fasting during the month of Ramadan.

Eleven years ago, Syrians triumphed over fear

"The graffiti painted by the schoolboys of Daraa continues to be the spark of the origin story of Syria’s uprising for freedom and justice."

Assad: The mastermind of terror in the Middle East and beyond

Throughout its existence, the Assad regime has infiltrated extremist groups not to fight them but to make them fight for it.

Hama massacre: Forty years ago today

In a matter of days, a whole city came into oblivion. It was if the city had been struck with a nuclear bomb!

‘Keep the dogs away from the bodies’: Syrian doctor unveils an untold massacre

July 18, 2012, Athens It was a quiet summer day and, as usual in Greece, the first thing we think about is drinking cold coffee under the sound of the sea waves just tens of meters from my terrace, mixed with the discussions of young Greeks who are still confused...

Nine years after Aleppo’s Queiq River massacre: No one ever held accountable

In late January 2013, 22 months after the Assad regime began its brutal retaliation against protesters calling for government reform, the bodies of approximately 110 men and boys with gunshot wounds to the head began washing up on the banks of the Queiq River where it ran through the...

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