Statements & Reports

July 20, 2019

Syria: Suspects’ Families Assets Seized

Collective Punishment of Relatives Under Overbroad Terrorism Law

July 13, 2019

Is Russia behind Syria’s security apparatus reform?

The current security structure shuffle is basically part of a reform package, which is associated, among other issues, with previously declared changes in the Republican Guard and the special task forces

July 12, 2019

Syria: Access Must be Given to UN Chemical Weapons Investigators

JOINT STATEMENT - Idlib is on the verge of a humanitarian catastrophe, and the time for the international community to act is now

July 11, 2019

Syrians are watching their crops burn. These crimes of starvation must end

Amid a war that may have cost 500,000 lives, we must hold the Syrian government and others to account for the use of hunger as a weapon

June 30, 2019

Syrian refugees forced to destroy their own homes in Lebanon

Demolition ordered by military leaves 5,000 families homeless again, says charity

June 27, 2019

50 civil society organizations call for immediate action in the Security Council on the issue of the missing in Syria

While the tragedy of hundreds of thousands of families who keep looking for any information about their missing loved ones during the ongoing conflict in Syria

June 27, 2019

Rukban’s Humanitarian Purgatory

Rukban is only one of numerous ongoing humanitarian crises where civilians are stuck between the national interests of international actors

June 24, 2019

‘On the cusp of death’: Bread and flour run out in Syria’s Rukban camp

Residents tell MEE they are desperate after a halt in almost all smuggling routes into the camp creates food crisis

June 23, 2019

Coastal breakdown in Syria creates opportunities for Russia

As Bashar tries to battle rebels and internal opponents alike, he is also struggling to balance the interests and objectives of his foreign backers, Iran and Russia, both of which have been instrumental in defending the regime

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