The European Union has released a list of new measures against military and civil individuals of the Syrian regime. The list includes the name of 16 individuals, eight of whom are military officers and eight of whom are technicians. The EU said that the names were chosen on the basis of the individuals’ involvement in […]
Syrian Refugees Die in Lebanese Army Prisons
At least eight Syrian refugees have died whilst being detained by the Lebanese army. It is thought that those who died, did so under torture and due to the inhumane conditions in the places of detention and arrest. The Lebanese army said that it had become clear that a number of those whom they had […]
Refugee Crisis in Europe: An Exacerbated Crisis and Irresolute Ends
The Last few months have witnessed a sharp rise in the refugee crisis in Europe, with an increasing number of refugees and immigrants attempting to cross into European territories whether through land borders in eastern and southern Europe or via the sea or air, in addition to a rise in the number of refugees trying […]
Resettlement of Syrian refugees: A Solution or an Escape from the Solution?
The idea of resettling Syrian refugees came to the fore during mid to late 2012, a year and a half after the Syrian uprisings began. The first type of resettlement for refugees came about through limited initiatives by some Western countries that worked with the UN high commissioner for refugees (UNHCR) on unique cases which […]