Children with Down syndrome in Idlib camps suffer bullying, lack of care

Idlib – Huda al-Kulaib Jumana al-Bakour, 33, refused to send her 10-year-old son, Haitham, to school after he was repeatedly […]

Constitution or political transition; what do Syrians need?

Enab Baladi – Diana Rahima Continued criticism of the work of the Syrian Constitutional Committee in Geneva stems from Syrians’ […]

A Turkish operation in Iraq but outcomes cross Syrian borders

Enab Baladi – Khaled al-Jeratli The mutual accusations between the Kurdish parties in Syria and Iraq intensified after the military […]

Iran appears ready to fill Russian vacuum in Syria: experts

Enab Baladi – Hussam al-Mahmoud Talks have abounded since last April about Russia reducing the number of its military forces […]

Abu Amsha’s recent move raises possibilities of integration between National Army and HTS

Enab Baladi – Hassan Ibrahim The presence of the isolated commander of the Sultan Suleiman Shah Division (al-Amashat) in the […]

Newly-appointed Defense Minister is “al-Assad’s favored proxy”

By legislative decree No. “115” of 2022, the President of the Syrian regime, Bashar al-Assad, on 28 April, named Ali […]

Syrian opposition still holds Hajj file despite signs of normalization between Saudi Arabia and al-Assad regime

Enab Baladi – Jana al-Issa Since 2013, the file of Syrian pilgrims has been assigned to the Supreme Hajj Committee […]

Raqqa registers high rates of meningitis cases among children

Doctors and relatives of patients in Raqqa have confirmed an increase in meningitis cases among children of both viral and […]

Displaced women in Idlib: We cheat life to survive

Idlib – Huda al-Kulaib Halima al-Jamous, 28, can no longer diversify her family’s table’s contents with various types of Syrian […]

No free treatment in Aleppo’s public hospitals, patients appeal to businessmen for help 

Patients of state hospitals in the Syrian regime-controlled areas in Aleppo governorate continue to appeal to merchants and industrialists to […]

Breast cancer patients in Idlib fight a life-threatening battle in worst conditions

Enab Baladi – Idlib Forty-something-year-old Rawaa al-Hretani faces the most challenging period of her life after her chemotherapy treatment ceased […]

Politically soft, financially disappointing: Brussels VI Conference

Hussam al-Mahmoud | Jana al-Issa | Lujain Mourad Without bringing anything new to the faltering political track, on 9 and […]

Tadamon massacre: Shocking reminder for accountability 

Enab Baladi | Amal Rantisi One massacre after another in Syria reveals the brutality of the perpetrators who brag about […]

Lack of rain negatively affected rainfed wheat in Daraa: farmers

Enab Baladi – Daraa While the farmer, Mohammad al-Mafalani, 60, was waiting for the harvester to enter his land in […]

Syrian passport closes doors of commercial transactions for its holders

Enab Baladi – Lujain Mourad The negative impact of Western sanctions on the Syrian regime and businessmen close to it […]

Damascus: Hike in house rents amid absence of government control

Enab Baladi – Damascus The suffering of residents of Damascus or those wishing to live in it is increasing due […]

Despite IS defeat in al-Baghouz, remnants of war still exist

Enab Baladi – Deir Ezzor “What saddens us the most is the sight of the destruction that affected most of […]

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