On 21/8/2013, the Eastern Ghouta was subjected to bombing with missiles containing poisonous gases. Within a couple of hours, 1300 people had died and approximately 2000 were suffering from various levels of suffocation. This attack came to be known as one of the worst massacres Syria had seen since the uprisings began in 2011. At […]
A car exploded in a popular market in the centre of the city of I’zaz (rural Aleppo) on Saturday morning, killing approximately 50 people and leaving dozens injured. The explosion caused great material damage to the court, local council, media office, in addition to tens of shops. No side has claimed responsibility for the explosion.
On 1/11/2016, a Shariah Court of the Fath al-Sham group (formerly An-Nusra Front) decreed the release of civilian activists on bail, after they had been sentenced to prison and fined. The court terminated the prison sentence due to what it described as consideration of the “conditions of war”. Forces of An-Nusra had arrested Firas Haj […]
On 21/8/2013, regime forces targeted the areas of Zamalka and Ain Tarma in the Eastern Ghouta and the city of al-Mu’adamiya in the Western Ghouta with rockets laden with chemical substances, killing 1400 people and afflicting hundreds with various types of suffocation. This massacre is considered one of the bloodiest in the series of genocides […]
War planes, believed to be Russian, targeted the building of Aleppo city’s court. Great material damage was caused to the building, although no human casualties were reported.
The primary witness of the leaked photos of the victims of torture in Syria file, also known as Caesar, presented his witness statement in front of the Foreign Affairs Committee in the Congress, today. Caesar, whose face was covered, said that he worked as a photographer with the Syrian army, although his work turned into […]