Three children are among at least nine people killed after Syrian regime rocket fire hit refugee camps west of the city of Idlib in Syria's northwest.
At least 34 migrants died when the boat they were travelling in sank off Syria's coast after departing from neighbouring Lebanon, the government in Damascus says.
April sinking was the greatest refugee tragedy for Lebanon, which pulled 48 survivors from the Mediterranean Sea, recovered 10 bodies and declared 30 others drowned.
The Turkish operation preparations continue as Ankara clearly demands from Finland and Sweden, the Nordic states, to cut their ties with the PKK, a terror group.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan stressed that Türkiye will continue to host Syrians and will not leave them to the "hands of murderers."
Around 500,000 Syrians have returned to safe zones created by Türkiye since 2016 when it started a cross-border movement in northern Syria, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said.
Syrians do not feel excluded in Türkiye, which hosts the largest refugee population in the world, a new report suggests, but working conditions, temporary status, and now Ukraine conflict complicate their stay.
As an international institution of justice, the court is failing millions of Syrians and victims of war crimes and atrocities.
A call for contributions to help Syrian refugees battling Idlib's winter went viral and has prompted an unprecedented volume of donations from Palestinians.
Storm piles misery on Syria's internally displaced and refugees in Lebanon, with UN saying it is "concerned" about 2.8 million people in the war-ravaged region.
We are hopeful for the future, and, paradoxically, it comes from the same criminals that have inflicted so much pain on us.
Dynamics of geopolitics and Turkiye, Russia, US relations will decide the future of the embattled nation
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