January 14, 2021

‘We cannot do anything’: Displaced Syrians watch as government auctions their land

The Syrian government puts swaths of highly profitable agricultural lands, owned by displaced persons, up for auction.

January 10, 2021

Syria temporarily cuts supplies of fuel to meet shortages

The U.S. and other western countries have intensified sanctions against Assad and his government and allies, blaming them for the killings of hundreds of thousands of civilians.

January 7, 2021

Syrian detainees’ families forced to pay huge bribes to corrupt officials – report

Report says arrest and extortion of Syrian population is major source of funding for Assad regime

January 3, 2021

World leaders urged to make Covid vaccine available to millions of refugees

Global humanitarian figures and NGOs call for rollout to take in all people for the global public good

January 2, 2021

Extrajudicial Killing Claims the Lives of 1,734 Civilians in Syria in 2020, Including 99 in December

Killings of IDPs and Deaths by Mines and Remote Bombings Stood Out Among Killings in Syria in 2020

December 24, 2020

a package of evidence and clues regarding the involvement of ‘Jaysh al-Islam’ in several crimes

Press Release: The Syrian Center for Media and Freedom of Expression has shared a package of evidence and clues regarding the involvement of ‘Jaysh al-Islam’ in several crimes with the International, Impartial, and Independent Mechanism for Investigating Crimes in Syria (IIIM)

December 22, 2020

90% of Syria families in Lebanon living in extreme poverty, says UN

Half of Syrian refugee families surveyed for the report were found to be suffering from food insecurity, up from 28 per cent in 2019.

December 17, 2020

Press Release: condemns the assassination of the journalist Hussein Khattab

Press Release: The Syrian Center for Media and Freedom of Expression condemns the assassination of the journalist Hussein Khattab and calls for strict measures that protect journalists and the immediate prosecution of the perpetrators of the crime

December 15, 2020

Inside the Raslan Trial: State Secrets and Mass Graves

The court decided to allow the partial disguise. He was a former member of a governmental office and is worried about his family in Syria and his relatives had already been threatened.

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