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Aleppo’s ancient fortress: A chronicle of resilience and heritage

The use of #Syria's #CitadelOfAleppo dates back to at least the middle of the third millennium BC

Eleven years ago: Aleppo’s Queiq River massacre

#Syria's #Aleppo #QueiqRiver has been referred to ever since as #RiverOfMartyrs and no one in the #AssadRegime has ever been held accountable

Reflections: Syria from 1997 to 2002 – Prof. Josepha Wessels

"I arrived in #Syria in 1997 during the time of Hafez #Assad and we, as foreigners were informed that it was a repressive government," writes Prof. Wessels

The shameful fall of Syria’s Aleppo 6 years ago

December 15, 2022 marked the sixth anniversary of the fall of #Aleppo to the #Assad regime

Editorial | Another Assad heinous massacre in Syria

On September 11, 2022, Zaman Al-Wasl published an exclusive report about yet another massacre of #Syrian #detainees that occurred in #Aleppo

Opinion | Assad’s pop-up in Aleppo: A message in all directions

"But the most important question for the Syrian people in this regard is whether Turkey also gave the visit its green light," writes Yasser Ashkar.

Two massacres, one perpetrator: Putin

The perpetrator in both is the same: Russia's Vladimir Putin.

A Syrian woman’s asylum journey to France

“Hold on, Douha. We will resist together the cancer of the body and the cancer of tyranny.”

Opinion | Glimpses of the Syria saga: A view from Poland

"Syria in 2011, like Poland in 1980, wanted freedom and democracy. Every country pays a high price for freedom but the price of freedom in Syria is death..."

A glimpse of just one man’s saga in north western Syria

There is no water in the camp. They cannot take showers, nor can they wash their hands after visiting the toilet.

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