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Fighting revives refugees' hopes of returning to Aleppo
Tuesday, Jul. 18, 2017 | Khaled al-Khateb, Contributor
After well more than a year living under wretched conditions in refugee camps, thousands of displaced residents from northern Aleppo province hope to return home soon as the Free Syrian Army fights to reclaim towns from the Syrian Democratic Forces.
Syrians catch breath as post-IS Dabiq takes shape
Thursday, Jul. 13, 2017 | Khaled al-Khateb, Contributor
With the help of its local council, aspects of a normal life are gradually returning to Syria’s Dabiq following the Islamic State's expulsion from the town in late 2016.
Syria’s women could be key to the future
Wednesday, Jun. 21, 2017 | Khaled al-Khateb, Contributor
Idlib province is witnessing a rise in activities aimed at empowering women who have suffered in the ongoing war in the country.
'Day of the locusts' in Syria's Idlib
Thursday, Jun. 15, 2017 | Khaled al-Khateb, Contributor
A swarm of locusts have destroyed an estimated 60% of crops in Idlib province, threatening the livelihoods of thousands of residents.
Syrian news group consolidates opposition coverage
Wednesday, May. 31, 2017 | Khaled al-Khateb, Contributor
Journalists in the Idlib province are taking a step toward substantiating the Syrian opposition by joining with activists to create a unified news and reporting organization.