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Refugees

2019-02-06

New aid to al-Rukban camp for Syrian refugees

A convoy of food aid supplied by the UN is heading for the desert camp, accompanied by a medical team from the Syrian Red Crescent.

2018-09-24

Al-Rukban camp residents face worsening conditions

Syrian activists are working to draw attention to conditions in the desert camp near the Syria-Jordan border, where a child died last week.

2018-09-10

Idlib's displaced face harsh living conditions

Internally displaced persons face difficult conditions, from high temperatures to water scarcity and the lack of a sanitation system.

2018-05-16

Homs displaced stranded in Qalaat al-Madiq

More than 5,000 civilians and opposition elements who were bussed out of Homs have been unable to leave the staging area in Hama.

2018-04-23

Iraq closes camps as IDPs return home

The Iraqi government has closed 20 displacement camps and plans are in the works to close five more and consolidate several others.

2018-04-10

Javad Ghaffari 'architect' of Iran's plan for Syria

The IRGC officer oversees militias operating in Syria independently of the Syrian regime and works to further Iran's expansionist agenda.

2018-03-20

US voices concern as civilians flee Syria's Afrin

In addition to triggering a humanitarian crisis, officials say, the ongoing Turkish-backed offensive has taken focus away from the war on ISIS.

2018-01-04

Crisis looms as thousands of families flee Idlib

Civilians are fleeing rural Idlib and Hama as the Syrian regime and its allies intensify their bombardment of towns and villages.

2017-11-28

Iraq evacuates more than 14,000 refugees from Syria

The Iraqi refugees were bussed from camps in Syria's al-Hasakeh to the south of Mosul where they were provided with basic aid upon their arrival.

2017-09-20

Deir Ezzor displaced flock to Ayn Issa camp

Tents have been erected in a new area near Ayn Issa to accommodate a wave of people fleeing ISIS-controlled areas in rural Deir Ezzor.

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