Hundreds of people have been taking to the streets of Sweida, in Assad-controlled southern Syria, to demand a change in government as hyperinflation takes hold.
US and UK governments target senior officials, militia leaders and two of Bashar al-Assad’s relatives in an attempt to damage the Syrian regime's captagon racket.
The civil war didn’t just destroy cities. It also destroyed an entire generation's economic prospects.
Syrian activists in Europe have spent years documenting and verifying footage of attacks, in the hopes of one day holding the regime accountable.
In a landmark decision, a German court jailed a former colonel in Syria’s secret police over the arrest of 30 protesters who were later tortured.
While other dictators fled, or were toppled, in Syria peaceful protests were followed by a devastating 10-year war that is finally drawing to a close. For the people who dreamed of a better future, was it worth it?
Independent diplomats are increasingly being used to mediate conflicts – but who are they accountable to, and how can we judge their success?
“There is no white terrorism and black terrorism,” a general said in response to a question about civilians being bombed in Idlib.
“It’s an indescribable fear”
The chlorine gas attack, which was carried out in May, was part of a wider assault on the last rebel-controlled stronghold in Syria.
Officials are still divided over what the course of action should have been, but most agree the U.S. strategy was a failure.
“Rather than being a place of healing and refuge, hospitals are now some of the most dangerous places for civilians to be.“