November 7, 2020
COVID-19: A Ticking Time Bomb in Northern Syria and its Refugee Camps
This investigation uncovers the dangers of, and potential for, a COVID-19 outbreak in the Syrian refugee camps in Idlib and the border areas with Turkey, in light of a review of the existing preventive measures and terrifying scenarios in the event of a spread amid weak medical capabilities.
March 12, 2019
Jan. 10, 2019By Habib Shehada Ashaq Alawsaat- After his release from a Syrian detention center in mid-2016, secondary school teacher Saleh, 56, expected to return to the job he’d held for 22 years before being arrested. He ...
November 10, 2018
They are killing the trees: THE GREEN FOREST OF EDLIB …. ANOTHER VICTIM OF THE WAR IN SYRIA
By Farhat Ahmed The New Arab- Ahmed Al-Faris was fired from glass factory job in Aleppo in 2014 after he skipped work to avoid being drafted into the reserve army of President Bashar Al Assad. He ...
October 9, 2016
Syria’s Fatherless Children
Damascus, Syria, (Al-Hayat) - Damascus: Reported This investigation began during a bus ride from Damascus to it's suburbs on Nov. 12, 2015. The reporter accidentally stumbled on the problem of unregistered children in Syria. Born ...
August 3, 2016
Fake Contracts for Syrian Workers in Turkey
Reporter: Ahmed Haj Hamdo Istanbul, Turkey, (al-Hayat) - After an accident leading to permanent disability for a Syrian refugee working in a Turkish textiles factory, the owner refused to pay for treatment or to compensate him. Ibrahim ...
May 5, 2016
By: Musab al-Shehab Urfa, Turkey, Jan, 2016, (Al-Arabi al-Jadid) –When he taught at the informal Ghiytah Mater school, funded by volunteers in the Turkish city of Urfa, his monthly salary did not exceed $30. However, Osama’s salary ...