Activists said that rebels took control of a number of regime positions in the district of Al after violent clashes, with reports of high regime losses. This rebel advance followed violent clashes between rebels and regime forces on the outskirts of the towns of Nibbul and Al Zahraa’ near Aleppo and reports of heavy regime losses. The rebel offensive made good ground, as rebels forced their way into regime positions…
Regime forces launched three air raids on the towns of Wadi Barada near Damascus, amid communications blackout in the targeted towns, home to over 10,000 people. An activist in the area said that regime forces were carry out a wide arrest campaign against civilians in parallel with indiscriminate shelling on the area, warning of potential massacres against civilians. (Source: Syrian Coalition)
The Free Syrian Army clashed with regime forces on the outskirts of the towns of Nibbul and Al Zahraa’ near Aleppo, inflicting heavy losses on regime forces holed-up in the two towns. The rebel offensive made good ground, as rebels forced their way into regime positions they failed to capture before. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said that the rebels are seeking through this offensive to alleviate the pressure…
Monday, 24 November 2014 10:08

Partnership Between Local Councils Organized

A program aimed at boosting partnership between local councils and civil society organizations began yesterday in the Turkish city of Gaziantep in collaboration between the Ministry of Local Administration and several civilian organizations. The program included a workshop aimed at highlighting the role of civil society organization in the development of local communities, and discussed a number of Arab and international experiences related to the situation in Syria. The main…
In a report entitled “Syrian Children, the Lost Dream” the Syrian Network for Human Rights said that it had documented 17,268 children killed at the hands of Assad's forces since March 2011. The deaths include 518 children were killed by sniper fire, and 95 who died under torture, while the number of detainees exceeds 9,500 in addition to more than 1,600 children who forcibly disappeared. The report pointed out that…
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