Tag: Syrian Conflict

March 11, 2019

Syria Camp in Crisis as IS Families...

As Internationally backed Syrian forces continue what they believe is their final battle for Islamic State-controlled territory, more than 65,000 people—almost all women and children–have evacuated to camps in northern Syria

March 8, 2019

Freed SDF Fighters Speak About Thei...

Freed SDF Fighters Speak About Their IS Captivity

March 3, 2019

After The Caliphate: To Repatriate ...

A study published in 2017 by the International Center for Counter-Terrorism at The Hague praised Russia and Georgia for helping to repatriate family members of IS fighters

February 18, 2019

Europe Gives Muted Response to Trum...

European allies have offered a muted response to U.S. President Trump’s demand that they take back their own citizens who have been captured fighting for Islamic State in Syria

February 15, 2019

Islamic State Using More Civilians ...

As Islamic State fighters slowly lose their grip over the terrorist network’s last Syrian stronghold, they increasingly are targeting civilians fleeing the violence to use them as human shields

February 9, 2019

Humanitarian Aid to Southern Syria

UNICEF added that most people lack food diversity and are resorting to reducing meals or selling their assets for food. While malnutrition has not been widely reported among the population, UNICEF warned that a deteriorating food security situation could trigger a malnutrition crisis

January 21, 2019

German Authority Puts Refugees to D...

Mohamad told new friends helping to adapt to life in Germany that he had once had a job driving a small, nine-seater bus for a primary school in Syria

January 18, 2019

US Syria Withdrawal Risks Vital Str...

The U.S. withdrawal from Syria may bring to a close an open-ended and strategically unclear military commitment, but it will also likely put at risk vital national security interests

January 14, 2019

Focus on Refugees: Syrian Refugee P...

Anass Mousa worked for 15 years as a printer in Syria before war turned him into a refugee. He landed in Croatia, finding a job with the country’s oldest printing house and helping the company face a severe labour shortage

January 12, 2019

Refugee Children Effected by Storm ...

Heavy rain, strong wind, snow and cold temperature led to floods, loss and destruction of assets and displacements in many regions, especially affecting coastal and mountain areas

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