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In Besieged Homs, Blood Becomes A Rare Commodity
At least 32 children in the besieged Houla region are suffering from an inherited blood disorder that requires frequent transfusions
A Young Syrian Architect's Vision For Rebuilding Her Country
Architectural Digest Magazine
As with any tangled geopolitical condition, reasons abound for how the Syrian Civil War came to be. To this list, al-Sabouni
Vietnamese Refugee In Canada Now Helping Syrian Family Resettle
Thuy Nguyen, who was uprooted by war, is now paying it forward.
Challenge in Syria: Water in a Time of War
Chief of Water, Sanitation and Hygiene, and Associate Director...
Syria Ramps Up Airstrikes In Rebel-Held Homs
The bombardments came after the United Nations started a new round of peace talks over Syria's future in Geneva.
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Deadly Bombings Kill Scores In Syria As U.S. And Russia Talk Ceasefire
The Islamic State militant group took credit for the attack.
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Syrian City Shown Utterly Destroyed After 5 Years Of War
Homs, once home to 1 million people, now shows few signs of life.
This Man Saved A French Journalist In Syria. Now He Seeks Asylum In A Europe That Doesn’t Want Him.
To some, he’s simply a migrant. But to others, he’s a hero.
Why Assad Still Must Go
Mohammed Alaa Ghanem
Senior political adviser and government relations director, Sy...
recently reported on an unpublished paper percolating through Washington policy circles that presents the Assad regime in Syria in an unusually positive light.
Christmas in the Old Syrian City of Homs
Senior Advisor to the Syrian American Medical Society
Some Christian families started to trickle back following the truce between the regime forces and the rebels but life will never go back the way it was. Most Muslim families were not allowed to return to their homes. This year, Christmas in Homs will have a big void, its Muslim merrymakers.
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Filming Killing: 'Silvered Water, Syria Self-Portrait' by Ossama Mohammed and Wiam Simav Bedirxan
Associate Professor of Cinema and Theater in Paris
It is a shocking film: Ossama Mohammed and Wiam Simav Bedixan's
Silvered Water, Syria Self-Portrait
, featuring the footage of the ongoing killing going on in Syria, filmed by the people struck by and in the middle of the violence, on their cell-phones.
Incredible Photos Show The Devastation Of Homs
Camels, Eunuch Festivals And A Miner Rescued: Week In Photos
Assad's Forces Take 'Capital Of Revolution'
These Photos Show What Years Of Ruthless War Do To A City
Syria's Tourism Minister Thinks Business Will Be Booming
Return to Homs
at Middle East Now: Syria's Freedom, at Any Cost
E. Nina Rothe
It's as if we're all watching the daily show of a developing catastrophe, one too gigantic for us to believe, and so we tune out, turn off and try to reason that it's perhaps media propaganda... I know I felt that way, until Derki's film set me straight.
What After Homs?
Vice President of the European Commission for Budget and Human...
It is not normal to take 14 months for the UN to negotiate a humanitarian pause in Homs.
Fear And Suspicion Infuse Homs Evacuation
Mortar Fire Delays Aid Mission In Besieged Syrian City
Syria Begins Evacuating Civilians From Besieged Homs
A Gut-Wrenching Glimpse Into Besieged Homs
War Threatens Palmyra, UNESCO Pleads for Syrian Heritage Protection
Director of Media Unlimited in Lebanon
Syria's 'Evil Man'
Journalist and political analyst
British Prime Minister David Cameron did not beat around the bush. He went straight for the jugular and called Syria's president Bashar Assad "an evil man."
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