Idlib today bears the brunt of the Assad regime's Soleimani-inspired scorched earth strategy which will blight Syria for a long time to come.
A US drone strike that left more than 30 farmers dead is another untold tragedy that rarely gets covered.
Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says seven children are among those killed in air raids in Idlib and Hama provinces. Separately, a suicide bomber killed six regime soldiers in southern Daraa province.
Despite submitting their coordinates to third parties as part of the UN’s ‘deconfliction system’, some 26 Syrian healthcare facilities appear to have been targeted in deliberate attacks, the UN has reported.
Amnesty International warns that those countries who continue to sell weapons to Saudi Arabia risk being complicit in war crimes in Yemen.
The ongoing war in Yemen has led to thousands of innocent civilians dying. The irony is that the people investigating the crimes, are the same people doing the bombing.
US-led coalition and Russian air strikes caused mass civilian deaths that may amount to war crimes, say UN investigators in the latest report covering the last six months through to January 15.
UN resident coordinator Jamie McGoldrick says Saudi-led coalition air strikes killed 109 civilians in the past ten days, including 54 at a crowded market and 14 members of a family on a farm.
With over 40,000 ceasefire violations being recorded every month, the conflict between pro-Russia separatists and EU-backed government forces shows no signs of abating.
The fall of Aleppo would solidify Assad militarily and confirm that Moscow was now the go-to actor for much of the region. Political rehabilitation for Assad is more difficult because of the scale of his crimes.
Heavy clashes erupted between regime and rebel forces in Syria's divided city of Aleppo late Saturday, after a unilateral ceasefire announced by Russia had expired.
Israeli authorities halt entry of cement supplies into Gaza
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