Initiatives by teachers in Douma, in Eastern Ghouta, aim to continue educating schoolchildren despite bombardment.
Zouhir Al Shimale
MORE FROM AUTHOR
Three students explain what life is like in rebel-held besieged enclave, as they try to keep up with their studies.
Residents in rebel-held Eastern Ghouta are running out of cash due to inflation and extremely expensive remittances.
Al Jazeera spoke to two journalists living in Eastern Ghouta about their experiences covering the air attacks.
Syrian government aerial offensive on rebel-held enclave that began on Sunday has killed at least 403 people.
Scores of people have died in four days of intense bombardment in the besieged Damascus suburb.
Displaced Syrians in Idlib are experiencing a harsh Ramadan after being evacuated from their hometowns.
An Iraqi man shares his story of fleeing ISIL in Iraq and then in Syria, only to be stopped at the Turkish border.
Activist-journalists in Syria inform international media about the war, and sometimes it is hard to leave views aside.
Journalist Zouhir Al Shimale recounts his experience leaving the city, which was besieged for months by regime forces.