Thousands of Syrians evacuated from east Aleppo last year face an uncertain future in Idlib province.
Residents evacuated from the Syrian city of Aleppo are beginning their lives anew in Idlib.
As the Syrian government army makes advances in east Aleppo, civilians say the situation is getting worse.
East Aleppo’s ‘only hospital’ struggles with damaged equipment, lack of space and an insufficient amount of supplies.
Although residents of besieged east Aleppo have been told to leave immediately, they have no safe way of doing so.
Peshmerga fighters and volunteers face many dangers as they continue their advance on ISIL’s de facto Iraqi capital.
As conditions worsen, one local farm is trying to feed besieged residents, one crop at a time.
Fighting remains so intense that no significant amount of aid has been able to reach eastern Aleppo, aid workers say.
Patient transfers to Turkey have been halted amid government siege of eastern Aleppo.
Since government forces closed off Castello Road, supplies have dwindled and prices have skyrocketed.