People displaced by Syria’s war struggle with poor wages, an economic crisis and falling aid as rain and cold set in.
Ali Haj Suleiman
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Russian and Syrian regime attacks have killed 66 civilians since the start of October, and displaced 120,000 people.
Activists say the Syrian leader’s denunciation of Israel’s actions is hypocritical — and those actions mirror his own.
The war on Gaza echoes the 1948 catastrophe while fortifying the resolve of displaced Palestinians to return home.
More than 65 civilians have been killed in Idlib and nearby cities by government forces and Russia so far this month.
Grief has poured out across the region following the shocking slaughter of wife and children in southern Gaza.
Syrian aid workers say that Palestinians were often the first to respond when victims of war in Syria needed their help.
Omar al-Dabaan lost his classmates as well as his school to regime bombs; now he has another chance to pursue his dream.