A local relief group said that it registered the names of more than 150 people who were killed as a result of the ongoing military escalation by the Assad regime in the provinces of Aleppo, Idlib and Hama. The Syrian Coalition said that the Assad regime commits such violations ahead of every international conference or event on Syria with the aim of undermining international efforts that could help alleviate the…
Two newborn babies died in the Al-Rukban camp near the Jordanian border due to lack of medical care in the camp as the blockade imposed by the Assad regime and Russia on the camp continued. The administration of the camp issued a statement blaming Russia and the Assad regime for the deaths of the two babies aged just a few days. The statement said that the two babies were in…
A new report by the rights group Lawyers and Doctors for Human Rights (LDHR) highlighted the plight of men and boys in Syria who have experienced sexual violence in the prisons of the Assad regime. Based on findings from over 135 medical reports and 15 individual case studies, the LDHR finds that 87 percent of men in Syria’s jails have reported some form of sexual violence – nearly half of…
The Syrian Network for Human Rights said that the Assad regime and Russia have killed about 1,000 humanitarian workers over the past eight years and called for the launch of an international investigation into these crimes. In a new report, the Network highlighted the most serious violations against humanitarian workers in Syria over the past eight years. It noted that the regime killed 872 workers, accounting for 78 percent of…
The Syrian Network for Human Rights (SNHR) said that the Assad regime and its allies are responsible for the death of more than 200,000 people in Syria, noting that the figure could be much higher. In a new report issued on the occasion of the eighth anniversary of the Syrian revolution, the Network gave a rundown of the total number of victims, the violations and attacks amounting to war crimes…
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