Aalwan al Aalwan, 10, was born just days after Syria's revolt began in March 2011. Since then, he has lost his mother and friends to the ongoing war, and was displaced more that five times. Here's what happened to his country each year of his life:
Washington deeply alarmed by the frequency of such attacks in recent months.
At least six civilians were killed and 25 others wounded in the attack for which no group has claimed immediate responsibility.
It's been nearly three years since a new governance and security infrastructure was put in place in Afrin, Syria - but the menace of terror still haunts its people.
Three civilians, including two children, are dead and 12 others wounded from detonation of explosive-laden vehicles in northern Syria.
YPG/PKK terrorists continue to carry out attacks but do not claim responsibility as they end up harming civilians, according to local security sources.
If the heinousness of yesterday's terror attack in Afrin won’t move PKK/YPG sympathisers, including some international observers, then what will?
YPG/PKK terrorists carried out the attack in Afrin using fuel tanker armed with bombs, Turkish defence ministry says.
The explosive-laden vehicle detonated in a grocery market in the city's centre.
Damascus has had a tactical relationship with the PKK since the 1970s, when the terror group was in its infancy. Now the old ties are being renewed in light of Turkey's military operation in northern Syria.
The casualty figure, provided by locals and rescuers, is preliminary and is expected to rise.
The blast struck an entrance to the city, killing civilians including children, the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says.
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