Hugh Macleod and Annasofie Flamand

Hugh Macleod and Annasofie Flamand


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Syr­i­an pres­i­dent’s speech about “out­laws” lead­ing a re­volt strong­ly con­tra­dicts what ac­tivists call peace­ful protests.

Published On 20 Jun 2011
bashar al-Assad

Tes­ti­monies from de­fect­ed sol­diers give a dra­mat­ic in­sight into the split ap­par­ent­ly emerg­ing in the se­cu­ri­ty forces.

Published On 11 Jun 2011
Syrian military

A young man’s ac­count of sadis­tic tor­ture in a Syr­i­an se­cret prison, and how a girl’s note helped him through his pain.

Published On 6 Jun 2011
syrian protestors

Se­cret po­lice are raid­ing hos­pi­tals to round up peo­ple who were in­jured dur­ing anti-gov­ern­ment protests.

Published On 24 May 2011
protests in Syria

Pres­i­dent As­sad reaf­firms his fa­ther’s lega­cy by quelling dis­sent with brute force.

Published On 15 May 2011
Torture in Syrian prisons

Af­ter years of Kur­dish ex­clu­sion in Syr­ia by the rul­ing Baath regime, there is hope for uni­ty and jus­tice once again.

Published On 9 May 2011
Syrian Kurdish exclusion

Res­i­dents of town be­sieged by the army paint pic­ture of chaos fu­elled by se­cret po­lice.

Published On 28 Apr 2011
syria protests deraa

Three doc­tors re­port­ed­ly ar­rrest­ed for treat­ing wound­ed pro­test­ers amid se­cu­ri­ty crack­down.

Published On 26 Apr 2011

At least 221 Syr­i­ans have gone miss­ing in past three days of the vi­o­lent crack­down, a rights group says.

Published On 24 Apr 2011
Abdel Aziz Rihawi