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Humanitarian crisis in Syria 'much worse' as prices rise, UNICEF says
"Families are really struggling to bring food to the table," UNICEF's Juliette Touma told Euronews.
Syrian children take part in 'Super Mario' games during Eid
Volunteers from Syria's Violet Org charity's psychological support unit organise games based on the video game Super Mario, during Eid.
Flowers bloom in war-torn Syria's battered province of Idlib
Syrian children play in a field of Poppy anemone as spring blooms near Jisr al-Shughur in Syria's northwestern province of Idlib by the border with Turkey, bringing colour to the war-torn country.
Turkish charity holds iftar for Syrian orphans in war-torn Idlib
Syrian orphaned children have a fast-breaking iftar meal organised by the charitable "Turkiye Diyanet Foundation" at a fairground in al-Bardaqli town, in the northern countryside of the rebel-held city of Idlib.
Syrians queue to receive free Iftar meals in Damascus
Syrians queue to receive free Iftar meals being distributed by a local charity in the capital of Damascus.
Syrian artist transforms war weapons into colourful artwork
In his home in the city of al-Bab in the northern Aleppo governorate, Syrian artist Akram Abu al-Fawz spends hours transforming war weapons into works of art decorated with colourful patterns and designs, to send a "message of love" for the Syrian people who just want "life, not war".
Young Syrians practise 'parkour' in war-ravaged town
"We feel re-born when we're practising 'parkour', we're creating something out of nothing," says leader of the 'parkour' team Ahmed al-Sawas.
Rescue after building collapse in Idlib
The collapse of a building in Idlib, Syria, killed a woman and three of her children, while her husband and three other children survived.
Leader of so-called Islamic State killed in US operation in Syria
The US announced that Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurayshi was killed during an overnight raid in Idlib province.
Syria Kurds hold funeral for fighters killed in IS prison attack
Syria Kurds hold a funeral in the northeastern Syrian town of al-Malikiya for members of the Syrian Democratic Forces killed while fighting IS jihadists during their attack on the Ghwayran prison in the Kurdish-controlled northeast Syrian city of Hasakeh, with the aim of freeing fellow jihadists
Syria prison attack shows need to deal with IS detainees, UN says
The attack by Islamic State militants on a Syrian prison holding around 3,000 of its fighters and about 700 children is a predictable tragedy, the UN counter-terrorism chief said.
Aid needed for displaced Syrians in northwest this winter, UN says
“It’s a real disaster zone,” said Mark Cutts, the UN deputy regional humanitarian coordinator for the Syria crisis of the camps in the northwest.
Islamic State attacks in Syria and Iraq leave at least 39 dead
The attacks on Friday are the biggest and deadliest since the fall of the IS “caliphate” three years ago.
Syrian doctor goes on trial in Germany accused of torture
It is the second such case in Germany after a former Syrian colonel was sentenced to life imprisonment for crimes against humanity last week.
Syria: Snowstorm hits displaced people in Afrin.
A snow storm hits a camp for the internally displaced and left some with no shelter after losing their tents, in Syria's town of Afrin
I'm fighting for justice after surviving Syria's torture jails | View
Today Anwar Raslan, a colonel and torturer within Bashar al-Assad's prison system, was jailed for life in Germany for crimes against humanity. A doctor who was tortured in custody for 40 days and gave evidence in the case tells us what it means to him.
Aleppo bathhouse boom as Syria crisis turns showers cold
The ancient bathhouses of Syria's second city are filling up again, not because of a revived fad, but as a result of power cuts that have made hot showers a luxury.
US and Kurdish forces hold joint military exercise in north-eastern Syria
Members of the US-led international coalition against the Islamic State (IS) group and the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) hold a joint military exercise in the countryside of Syria's eastern province of Deir Ezzor, near the Iraqi border.
Turkish lira's decline has impact over the border in Syria
The Turkish currency has in turn lost 40% of its value since the start of the year. More than 20% was lost during the last month alone.
Which country is turning olives into renewable energy?
The plant-based waste is turned into cylindrical pellets which act as biomass fuel to heat homes.
Syrians hold horse race festival in war-torn Raqa
Syrians hold a horse race festival in the northern Syrian city of Raqa, former capital of the Islamic State (IS) group
'House of the Child' welcomes Syria's abandoned children
In a conservative society where adulterous relationships are not accepted, the deteriorating economic conditions might also be a reason for children being abandoned, according to Younes Abo Amin, manager of "House of the Child".
Roadside bombs hit military bus in Syrian capital, kill 14
Two roadside bombs exploded near a bus carrying military troops in Damascus, killing 14 people and wounding others, Syrian TV reported.
Students return to Idlib classrooms after Covid delays school year
Syrian children return to shools in northwestern Idlib province after delays due to the conflict and exacerbated by the Covid pandemic.
Syrian families struggle to get bread during wheat crisis
Syrians say they are forced to bake bread at home amid a severe wheat crisis.
Displaced Syrian children in Idlib compose 'letters of peace'
Syrian children draw and write messages on a paper roll during an event organised by the Shafak NGO.