Tag Archives: Syria

Refugees in Europe: Asylum Applications per Country (Chart)

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Syrian and Iraqi Refugees vs Tourists in Kos, Greece

Uncomfortable: A tourist couple (right) and a group of temporarily detained immigrants take shelter from rain outside a police station in Kos island

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Aleppo: Scenes from a City of Ruins

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Italian photographer Alessio Romenzi has been chronicling the Syrian civil war for months. The following pictures of his are from a few days in mid-April spent in the battle-scarred city of Aleppo. They include a glimpse…

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Turkey Develops into a Diplomatic Hub for Syria and Israel

During his Istanbul press conference held on 21 April 2013, Secretary of State John Kerry concluded that the United States as well as Turkey and Israel should have mutual interests as concerns the security arrangement in Syria. Releasing the photo … Continue reading

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Syria’s Condolences To Boston Marathon Victims

The Syrian Revolution sends condolences to Boston Marathon victims. Very powerful message dated today 19/04/2013. Please share!

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Pulitzer For Coverage of Syrian Conflict Horrors

Everyday life for Syrian children and families rendered in Pulitzer prized photos. The 2013 winners for Breaking News are Rodrigo Abd, Manu Brabo, Narciso Contreras, Khalil Hamra, and Muhammed Muheisen, all for the Associated Press and freelance photographer Javier Manzano … Continue reading

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UNOCHA: Displaced Families in Syria Crisis

“If the violence continues unabated, we could, in the short term, see considerably more than the current four million in need of urgent assistance and more than two million internally displaced in Syria,” the spokesperson for the UN Office for … Continue reading

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