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Syrians celebrate death of Qasem Soleimani

07 January, 2020

In much of Syria – where millions have suffered under the Iran-backed regime of Bashar al-Assad – the general's death was welcome news.

Who was Iranian military commander Qasem Soleimani?

03 January, 2020

The US assassination of Major-General Qasem Soleimani has unprecedented consequences stretching far beyond the US-Iran relationship. But who was the shadowy commander of Iran's elite military force?

Russian air strikes kill 15 rebels in northwest Syria

02 July, 2019

Russian air strikes Tuesday killed 15 rebel fighters in an anti-regime bastion in northwestern Syria, a Britain-based war monitor said.

Syrians speak out on the eighth anniversary of revolution

15 March, 2019

Mass displacement, death and detention, chemical and barrel bomb attacks, and widespread torture have all characterised the past eight years. What comes next?

Syrian activists thank late Paddy Ashdown for his support

23 December, 2018

Former Liberal Democrat leader Paddy Ashdown is being remembered by Syrians following his death on Saturday.

Buses depart Syrian regime Idlib villages, following three-year siege

18 July, 2018

Two Syrian villages which have been besieged by rebels for three years are being emptied of their inhabitants, following a deal between the two sides.

Lifting Syria's regime siege requires more than just words

16 November, 2017

Comment: World leaders have ample evidence that Assad's regime and its allies are besieging civilian populations. They must fight back with more than just words, writes James Snell.

Syria and beyond: Manufactured doubt and moral atrophy

11 October, 2017

Comment: For Assad's regime, doubt is a political necessity, writes Idrees Ahmad.

Uprooted restaurateurs create 'little Damascus' in northwest Syria

10 August, 2017

Syrians who quit towns recaptured by Assad's regime have introduced Damascene cuisine to Idlib, where the longed-for taste of the good old days has helped form a "little Damascus".

New technology makes urban massacres more likely, not less

14 June, 2017

Blog: Statistics must not be viewed through the lens of a tragedy, but as the result of crimes against humanity and widespread apathy, writes Diana Alghoul

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