The documents, obtained by the Washington-based Syria Justice and Accountability Center, show how Bashar al Assad's agencies spied on the populace at large and sought to eliminate dissidents through detention, intimidation or killings.
Britain-based war monitor Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported more than 75 strikes against rebel-held areas on Saturday alone.
Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported that 30 people were also wounded in the assaults by Al-Qaeda's former Syria branch, Hayat Tahrir al Sham, and its ally Hurras al Deen.
Syrian regime's mission to the UN has asked the council presidency to schedule an urgent meeting to "discuss the situation in the occupied Syrian Golan" after US decision to recognise the strategic plateau as Israeli territory.
Russia’s defence ministry claims that Ankara and Moscow coordinated attacks on Idlib, but Turkish Armed Forces tell TRT World that the claims do not reflect reality.
As the US and Israel galvanise support to oust Iran from Syria, Bashar al Assad makes an appearance in Tehran flaunting the strength of Syria-Iran ties.
Noura al Hurra managed to secure her release from a Syrian regime prison years ago after 100 days of torture and represents the plight of 7,000 women still locked up in terrible conditions
A senior figure from HTS explained how the group is trying to earn trust in Idlib on pragmatic lines and also address the lack of strong defence to survive the airstrikes launched by the Syrian regime.
While foreign aid organisations cut funding to the health and development sector in most of Idlib province, regime forces have intensified airstrikes, threatening the lives of civilians.
Russia and Turkey say the deal between Turkey and Syria is still relevant and its implementation could address Ankara’s security concerns stemming from the outlawed PKK terror organisation.
Two weeks after capturing one of Syria's significant rebel strongholds, former Al Qaeda affiliate HTS is trying to strike a moderate tone, but the people who fought and defeated them previously refuse to trust them.
Remaining 13 members of the UNSC vote in favour of the resolution drafted by Sweden and Kuwait that renews action first taken by the council in 2014 to allow aid deliveries into then rebel-held areas of Syria at four border crossings.
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