Justice & Accountability
December 4, 2020
UN General Assembly votes in favour of affirming Syria sovereignty over Golan Heights
The resolution called on Israel to withdraw from the entire occupied Syrian Golan Heights and to comply with the resolutions relating to them, especially Resolution No.
December 4, 2020
Justice and Accountability drowned in “Operation White Milk”
French authorities issued a request on Khaled Al-Halabi via Europol, regarding substantiated allegations of crimes against humanity and war crimes.
December 3, 2020
Lebanese crisis deepens Syrian refugee misery
Life in Lebanon has become so difficult for Syrian refugee Ahmad, he says he recently contemplated suicide.
December 1, 2020
On Day of Remembrance for All Victims of Chemical Warfare, Most Victims of Chemical Weapons This Century Are Syrians
Justice Will Not Be Achieved without Holding the Head of the Syrian Regime Army Command Accountable for the Killing of Nearly 1,500 Syrian Citizens and Injuring 12,000 Others
November 26, 2020
UN official: Millions of displaced in Syria set to suffer this winter, require assistance
The economic crisis Syria is undergoing has also sharply increased the prices of basic necessities such as food, in some cases rising by over 40 per cent.
November 23, 2020
Syria opens lavish museum for Assad’s brother as its people go hungry
Monument for Bassel al-Assad, who died in 1994, provokes outrage online as Syrians struggle to make ends meet
November 22, 2020
Hunger and COVID-19: Syrians are Facing Overlapping Humanitarian Crises
further funds are desperately needed. With competing donor interests in Syria and worldwide, humanitarian funding for emergency food relief in Syria continues to fall short.
November 21, 2020
Syrian human rights activist feared in danger of execution by HTS
Nour al-Shalo, who has been detained for two months, is known for her work supporting women and the disadvantaged in Syria's Idlib
November 17, 2020
Syria asks returning Palestine refugees to prove property ownership in Yarmouk
The Palestinian refugees said that it is difficult to meet these conditions because most of the houses were partially or completely destroyed and many of the official documents were damaged.