Sabah woke up to the frenzied sound of screaming and crying. She lost consciousness before she could help her family.
We buried them in mass graves very much like the ones we used to see in war and horror movies.We never imagined that we would have these mass graves in our own humble little city.
I was sickened by what I saw. I couldn’t believe it was true. Surely I was at the cinema watching a horror movie, or perhaps I was having a nightmare.
Razan Zaitouneh, a lawyer, civil activist and icon of the Syrian uprising disappeared in April 2013.
Ghalia Rahal has worked tirelessly braving great challenges to improve the condition of Syrian women in war zones.
This is what it’s like to live under siege in Syria
A young woman is tortured in a regime’s prison then forced to make a forced confession on TV.
On the 13th, a terrible massacre occurred in Douma, a town all too familiar with massacres.
Qamar, a woman from Douma, bore her losses with dignity until the day shrapnel pierced her heart.
In besieged Eastern Ghouta, popular crowded markets are regularly targeted by regime warplanes.