The Syrian Network for Human Rights on Thursday published a report on the use of chemical weapons in Syria to mark the 2nd anniversary of the Assad regime’s chemical attack on the town of Khan Sheikhoun in rural Idlib in 2017. The Network said that it recorded no fewer than 221 chemical weapons attacks in Syria claiming the lives of at least 1,461 people, including many women and children. According…
The Assad regime forces have further escalated their military operations in northern Syria as local activists said that regime forces used internationally prohibited weapons in Idlib countryside. The attacks hit various civilian areas, killing and injuring dozens of civilians, including children and women. Local activists said that the Assad forces shelled a public market in the town of Kafrnabel in rural Idlib with white phosphorous-filled bombs on Thursday, killing 14…
The Syrian Center for Journalistic Freedoms of the Association of Syrian Journalists said it recorded no fewer than 16 violations against journalists and media workers in Syria in March, pointing to a marked increase in these violations compared to the months of February and January. In a report issued on Wednesday, the monitoring group said that a media worker was killed and two others were injured in March. The media…
The Washington Post newspaper has warned of a “humanitarian calamity” affecting more than 73,000 people, mostly women and children, who now stay at the al-Hol camp in the countryside of Hasaka province in northwestern Syria. In article published on Wednesday, the newspaper described the dire situation in the camp east of Hasaka, which hosts hundreds of thousands of people who fled ISIS’s last stronghold in the town of Al-Baghouz in…
The Syrian Network for Human Rights issued its monthly report on violations in Syria as it said that the Assad regime and its allies continue to commit war crimes against civilians. It said it had documented hundreds of deaths, arbitrary arrests and brutal torture against civilians. The Network said that it compiled a list of the names of 334 civilians, including 85 children and 63 women, who were killed in…
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