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Syrian regime gives thousands of Palestinian prisoners 'Israeli treatment'

17 April, 2017

As thousands of Palestinian prisoners held by Israel go on hunger strike, Palestinian groups are also highlighting the lesser-known plight of thousands of Palestinian detainees held by the Syrian regime.

Syrian family reunion bittersweet amid Canadian red tape

14 April, 2017

Society: Canada's latest arrivals are being welcomed into the country, but those Syrians who entered under the previous administration are caught in a bureaucratic nightmare, reports Jillian Kestler D'Amours.

Royals and underdogs: This week in Middle East football

10 April, 2017

Blog: The opening of April officially took Middle Eastern football into the season's closing moments, writes Uri Levy.

UN reports Palestinian population decline in Syria

01 April, 2017

Syria’s Palestinian refugee population has fallen by one-fifth since the start of the Syrian conflict in 2011 and many of those who stay in Syria have been displaced

UN: Emergency funds needed for Palestinians in Syria

10 January, 2017

The UN's agency for Palestinian refugees on Monday appealed for emergency funds to provide aid to nearly half a million Palestinians affected by the war in Syria.

Syria's water war reaches boiling point around Damascus

30 December, 2016

Damascus relies on water from besieged rebel-held Wadi Barada, but either sabotage or regime bombing has stopped water flowing to Syria's capital.

Israeli strikes IS-linked Syrian group for second time

28 November, 2016

The Israeli military has targeted Syrian militants in the occupied Golan Heights for the second time in 24 hours, warning of a 'new threat' by IS.

Israel kills four 'IS-linked gunmen' in occupied Golan Heights

27 November, 2016

Israel has claimed to have killed a number of gunmen belonging to the Yarmouk Martyrs Brigade in the Golan Heights.

Syria: 'Another Yarmouk' feared as Palestinian death toll rises

22 October, 2016

The UN Palestinian refugee agency fears beseiged Khan al-Sheikh camp near Damascus risks becoming "another Yarmouk" as the civilian death toll continues to rise

Arts Canteen: Stirring the arts, promoting resilience and tolerance

11 October, 2016

Blog: A London-based group is on a mission to promote Arab arts and culture, transforming the narrative surrounding the Middle East, writes Fardous Bahbouh.

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