"When I see them, it’s so painful. It’s normal for them…They don’t know there is better than this," a Dutch mother-of-two detained in a Syrian camp told Euronews' Anelise Borges.
The parents of a French man who ran away to Syria to join Islamic State have talked about their struggle to find out what happened to their son.
French women who fled the so-called caliphate tell Euronews: 'I would never have come.'
The leaders of Iran, Russia and Turkey vowed on Monday to implement "concrete steps" to de-escalate the situation in Syria's Idlib province and facilitate the return of refugees but one expert told Euronews the summit was "hollow" because of "continued divergences" between the three countries.
The "aggressive" move would not affect "the determination of the Syrian Arab Army to keep hunting the remnants of terrorists", state news agency SANA cited a Foreign Ministry source as saying.
It follows pleas by the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, who said airstrikes by the Syrian government and its ally Russia have hit schools, hospitals and markets, killing scores of civilians in Idlib province, the country's last rebel stronghold.
The photo shows 5-year-old Riham al-Abdallah holding onto the T-shirt of her seven-month-old sister, Tuka, in the ruins of their home in rural Idlib province
The UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) warned tens of thousands of children in Al-Hol camp and several parts of Syria are in limbo amid dire humanitarian needs.
Then I met Shaza. A 30-year-old from Homs whose determination to work for a better future for everyone, despite all that she’s been through, put me to shame and busted the stereotype of a hopeless and desperate refugee wide open.
Hisham's family factory once produced five tonnes of the famous Aleppo laurel and olive oil soap a day. Now he makes just 100kg per day, but says he is happy with that – for now.
Syrian rescue workers and activists say government warplanes have again bombed the last rebel stronghold in the country, levelling a building and killing five people inside it, including three members of a single family.
Government and Russian air strikes killed seven people in the northwest of Syria on Tuesday, war monitor the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) reported.
Alessandro Sandrini, 32, has been freed after almost three years as a prisoner in Syria.
Eight years into the Syrian Civil War, families are trying to find those detained or missing.
EU's Mogherini: Bloc won't recognize Israeli sovereignty on Golan
Film sets fell silent during the war and well-known actors and directors left to work in other Arab states.
Syrian Democratic Forces claim final victory over so-called Islamic State after last village freed
Families from Islamic State are surrendering in refugee camps in Syria and Iraq. These families are not wanted by the world; many are not even seen as human. But should innocent children pay the price for their parents actions?
What was once proclaimed as a caliphate is now just a tiny enclave and these soldiers from the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces believe they are now on the verge of a final victory.
The British government has received widespread criticism in the wake of news that the newborn son of exiled ISIS bride Shamima Begum has died
Syrian artist Sara Naim is in exile in Paris. Although she cannot go back to her home country, she incorporates its scents in her art with the help of olive oil soap bars.
Men, women and children continued to be evacuated on Wednesday out of Baghouz, the only remaining territory under the control of the so-called Islamic State (IS) in Syria.
Hundreds of men, women and children, including supporters of the so-called Islamic State, continued to arrive at an open-air medical screening centre in the Syrian desert on Tuesday.
In a joint statement, Russia and Syria called for US troops to leave Syria and allow people from the Rubkan refugee camp to leave.
Syrian Kurdish fighters released footage of hundreds of men, women and children being evacuated on Monday night from the last stronghold of the Islamic State group in Syria.
Shamima Begum, a British citizen who ran away at 15 years old to join the so-called Islamic State in Syria, has said that while she doesn't regret leaving, she now wants to return home.