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Damascus-Gaziantep Road … Restoring Relations or Economic Interests?

The reopening of major roads in Syria will not only be good for relations with other countries, but will also […]

With Southern Damascus’ Agreement, ISIS Fighters Where to?

The last chapter of the battles in the Yarmouk Camp area is being written, following almost a month of intense […]

Two Turkish Bases Fix Idlib’s Western Flank

The borders of Idlib governorate were drawn after the positioning of the Turkish monitoring points in its surrounding has ended […]

“SDF” Attacks Last ISIS Stronghold East of Euphrates

The “Syrian Democratic Forces” (SDF) have launched an attack on the last ISIS stronghold east of the Euphrates river, days […]

A Ceasefire Agreement in Yarmouk Camp

Assad’s forces and the “Islamic State” (ISIS), located in the Yarmouk camp and al-Hajar al-Aswad in southern Damascus, have reached […]

Two Methods Manifest Turkey’s Presence in Idlib Governorate

Turkey is completing the steps it started in Idlib Governorate, the steps mark tow tracks or directions; the first is […]

The Regime and “Jaysh Khalid” Compete in Distributing Propaganda in Daraa

The Syrian regime and the faction “Jaysh Khalid bin al-Walid” are currently competing in distributing propaganda leaflets in opposition-held areas […]

“Money in Exchange for Work”: An Initiative to Integrate Women in Ariha’s Market

Within the frame of its efforts to empower Syrian women, the Syrian Foundation for Human Care and Development (MASRRAT) is […]

Syrians Become the “New Turks” … Military Service Awaits Them

Young Syrians who have obtained Turkish citizenship are being told to report for military service Enab Baladi reports “I entered […]

Politics and production… Two obstacles facing the Syrian drama

Enab Baladi’s Investigations Team Every year, the lists of dramatic works watching becomes filled with details about the names of […]

In the bottleneck… Changes that are reshaping the face of Idlib

Enab Baladi’s Investigation Team   Perhaps it will be futile to recall global historical scenarios and compare them to Syria, […]

Maarrat al-Nu’man’s New Market Protects Consumers

The local council in the city of Marraat al-Nu’man has opened a market with an estimated cost of 70 thousand […]

Al-Bahrah Camp’s Refugees: All We Get Is Promises

Abu Louay, the son of Jillen, Daraa governorate, was choking on the reality which he and his family are living […]

Public Transport Connects Aleppo and Idleb Countryside

It is hoped that this new service will provide a much needed form of transportation in and between liberated areas […]

Rural Hama: Farmers Are Losing Thousands of Dollars

The northern countryside of Hama is suffering an almost daily shelling, which in the past a few weeks has targeted […]