Justice & Accountability

August 10, 2021

The Syrian Regime Takes Revenge on Daraa Governorate for Its Peaceful and Civilized Rejection of the Regime’s ‘Presidential Elections’

Two Months of Siege, Bombardment, Killing and Arbitrary Arrests to End Freedom of Opinion and Expression and Achieve Absolute Control

July 29, 2021

Syrian Democratic Forces Violate US Sanctions’ Caesar Act, Supplying Oil and Gas to the Syrian Regime

Around Six Million Barrels of Oil Annually Make Profits of $120 Million, Amid Lack of Financial Transparency.

July 23, 2021

SNHR Submits a Report Including the Most Notable Violations It Recorded During Four Years

as Part of Its Participation in the Universal Periodic Review of Syria

July 23, 2021

Syria: Can anyone seriously threaten Assad’s grip on power?

Four groups are vying for influence, but only two - the Assad regime and the opposition-led government in the north - have a real shot at running the country

July 21, 2021

Syria war: While other states jockey for influence, the EU pays

The EU has ended up in the paradoxical role of bankrolling Syrian aid, while simultaneously having very little influence over the conflict

July 20, 2021

Exclusive: How Syria’s hard-line rebels turned against a human rights activist

The disappearance of Razan Zaitouneh and her colleagues has been one of the greatest mysteries of the Syrian war — until today. DW's investigative unit hunted clues across six countries to track down the perpetrators.

July 13, 2021

July 13, 2021

A Coalition of Syrian American Organizations Demand Real Justice and Action as Astana Talks End

Russia has not and will not uphold its agreement to protect civilians in conflict, and the country remains unsafe for refugees to return.

June 29, 2021

The Tenth Annual Report on Torture in Syria on the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture

14,537 Killed Due to Torture by the Parties to the Conflict and the Controlling Forces in Syria, Mostly by the Syrian Regime, from March 2011 Until June 2021