Free houses for IDPs in Syria’s Kurdish-led Sheikh Maqsoud and Ashrafiya

    18,000 displaced families from different parts of #Syria live for free in empty homes of #Sheikh_Maqsoud and #Ashrafiya neighbourhoods, in…

    Fight for influence between regional and international forces in Tel Tamr northeastern Syria

    TEL TAMR (North Press) – The regional and international fight for influence in the town of Tel Tamr, 40 km…

    Children with genetic diseases due to inbreeding in Syria’s Idlib

    IDLIB, Syria (North Press) – Despite all medical warnings and risks of cousin marriage, families in northwestern Syria continue forcing…

    Coronavirus in Syria’s Suwayda, a difference between reality and government statistics

    SUWAYDA, Syria (North Press) – The number of coronavirus infections has increased in Suwayda Governorate, southern Syria, this month, amid…

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    Theft, delay and doubling costs of freight between Syria’s Qamishli and Damascus

    Theft, delay and doubling costs of freight between Syria’s Qamishli and Damascus

    The high costs of freight due to paying bribes to checkpoints' members, do not prevent the traders from transferring goods since they add what they pay to the price of…
    We pledge to work for protecting children during war, Syria’s Autonomous Administration

    We pledge to work for protecting children during war, Syria’s Autonomous Administration

    The statement noted that the office is working to reintegrate children into society, the issue of child labor and health care, and address their dropout from schools in cooperation with…
    Minor legal legislation and negative popular heritage of Honour crimes in Syria’s Suwayda

    Minor legal legislation and negative popular heritage of Honour crimes in Syria’s Suwayda

    SUWAYDA, Syria (North Press) – Thecase of so-called “Honour crime” has come to the light again in Suwayda, south Syria, raising a widespread state of discontent among members of local…
    Farmers seed their lands before rainfalls in Syria’s Qamishli countryside

    Farmers seed their lands before rainfalls in Syria’s Qamishli countryside

    CIL AGHA, Syria (North Press) – Despite their discontent with the production of their lands, farmers rush to cultivate their lands because it is the main source for their livelihood.…
    No more buses to Sere Kaniye: a displaced bus driver

    No more buses to Sere Kaniye: a displaced bus driver

    "’Kurds are pigs.’ I heard this sentence daily, but my response was to keep silent, fearing detention or being killed," a microbus driver forced to flee #Syria’s Sere Kaniye says…
    Teachers in Syria’s Suwayda forced to sell produce for livelihood

    Teachers in Syria’s Suwayda forced to sell produce for livelihood

    "The best teachers in #Suwayda’s schools are very close to the poverty line," said a source in the Education Directorate in Suwayda. #Syria @UNICEFEducation
    Collapse of the Syrian pound threatens to close dozens of poultry farms in Syria’s Raqqa

    Collapse of the Syrian pound threatens to close dozens of poultry farms in Syria’s Raqqa

    RAQQA, Syria (North Press) – Poultry farmers in Raqqa, northern Syria, are suffering from the repercussions of the collapse of the Syrian pound on their business, as production requirements are…
    IDPs return to ruined homes in Syria’s Deir ez-Zor countryside

    IDPs return to ruined homes in Syria’s Deir ez-Zor countryside

    HASAKAH, Syria (North Press) – Like hundreds of other displaced people in Hawl Camp, east of Syria’s Hasakah, Munifa Muhammad is packing her belongings to return to her home in…
    Syrian refugees wonder about the temptations of refugee return conference

    Syrian refugees wonder about the temptations of refugee return conference

    HOMS, Syria (North Press) – Syrian refugees originally from the city of Homs questioned the incentives offered by the Syrian government for the return of refugees, after the holding of…
    Society crueler than prison: female survivors of arrest, detention in Syria’s Idlib

    Society crueler than prison: female survivors of arrest, detention in Syria’s Idlib

    Su’adah’s husband divorced her, remarried, & took her three children to Europe. Reem’s family forced her to go to Turkey to avoid bringing shame. For women detained by the Syrian…
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