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Biden foresaw Russia's invasion of Ukraine. So did Syrians | View
"Russian forces entered Syria on 30 September 2015. I have not lost memory of the harrowing events. I knew Putin would invade Ukraine."
Man who allegedly fired grenade into crowd faces war crime charges
Man faces German war crimes charges, after he allegedly launched a grenade into a crowd in Syria.
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.
Syrian artist exiled in Paris denounces dictatorship with sculpture
Syrian artist Khaled Dawwa fled to France from Syria in 2014. With 'Here is my heart!', a huge work representing the neighborhood of Ghouta, he urges people not to forget the massacres committed by the Syrian regime.
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.
Kurdish forces step up battle against IS in Syria after prison assault
US-backed Kurdish security forces brought reinforcements to regain control of areas taken by Islamist militants after Thursday's attack on the jail in Hassakeh.
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.
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.
Ex-colonel given life jail term over torture and murder in Syria
Anwar Raslan was found guilty of crimes against humanity for his role in murder and torture committed by Bachar al-Assad's government.
Astana Peace process: 17th round of talks on Syria begin in Kazakhstan
Delegations from Turkey, Russia, and Iran meet in Nur Sultan for the 17th meeting of the Astana Peace process that aims to find a solution to the decade-long crisis in Syria.
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
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.
Four indicted in Germany over links to Islamic extremist group
German citizen Marius A. is alleged to have travelled to Syria in 2013 to fight with the Al-Qaida splinter group, while three other men are accused of collecting funds on his behalf.
Syria regime and Russian flags fly in destroyed Daraa after truce deal
Syria regime and Russian flags fly in the southern district of Daraa al-Balad in the city of Daraa, the cradle of Syria's uprising, after government forces entered under a ceasefire deal brokered by regime ally Russia.
Germany charges Syrian doctor with crimes against humanity
A Syrian doctor has been charged in Germany with crimes against humanity for allegedly torturing people in military hospitals in his homeland.
Syria army shells rebel bastion killing seven
Syrians mourn the victims of a regime shelling on the village of Iblin, south of Idlib, in which seven civilians, three of them children, were killed and several wounded, in the army's third deadly bombardment of the rebel bastion in a week.
EU crisis management chief: Syria aid crossing must remain open
More than 1,000 trucks of humanitarian aid a month - including all donated COVID-19 vaccines - cross from Turkey into northern Syria each month through Bab al-Hawa, where a UN mandate is set to expire on Saturday.
The Danish immigration decisions tearing Syrian refugee families apart
The Alata family was torn apart once when their father was killed in Syria. Now they are being put to the test once more as half of the family's refugee status in Denmark is being revoked. Where can they go from here?
Prague is the only EU state to keep a Syrian embassy since 2012. Why?
The embassy in Damascus has only one Czech employee.
Bashar Assad re-elected as Syria's president in a predicted landslide
Syrian officials say Assad won 95.1% of the votes with turnout at 78.6%; however, there were no independent monitors and the West has already described the election as a sham.
EU, U.S. and other nations pledge €5.5 billion to Syria reconstruction
The figure is less than was hoped for by the UN and less than was pledged last year.
Ten years of war in Syria, through the eyes of Syrians forced to flee
A decade since the start of the conflict that has torn Syria apart, Euronews spoke to Syrians who were forced to flee their country, and have now found refuge in various parts of Europe.
From Damascus to Rouen: A Syrian dancer’s long road to refuge
The war in Syria displaced half of the country’s population, with many escaping to Europe for refuge - but the journey was rarely simple, or safe.