Posts Tagged “Idlib”

Syrian attack on Idlib Hospital kills hospitalized newborn babies

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Syrian attack on Idlib Hospital kills hospitalized newborn babies

Syrian attack on Idlib Hospital kills hospitalized newborn babies Washington DC- Several medical facilities have been attacked and put out of service since Sunday, causing newborn babies to temporarily suffocate as their incubators lost power.The attacks left thousands with no access to medical care, as Idlib experienced fierce bombardment, including a reported chlorine gas attack….

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“Our Fates Are Linked”

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“Our Fates Are Linked”

“Our Fates Are Linked” A conversation with Robin Yassin-Kassab, Co-Author of Burning Country; Syrians in Revolution and War. Dezeray Lyn sits down with writer Robin Yassin-Kassab for a Q&A on the book Burning Country, Syrians in War and Revolution that he co-authored with Syrian anarchist Leila al-Shami. By Dezeray Lyn Journalist Zouhir Al Shimale recently unpacked the…

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Syrian Fight Against Tyranny Replaced Due to Many Differing Interests Among Rebel Groups

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Syrian Fight Against Tyranny Replaced Due to Many Differing Interests Among Rebel Groups

Syrian Fight Against Tyranny Replaced Due to Many Differing Interests Among Rebel Groups By Salma Nawlo   When an image of an obviously very hurt and possibly bloody fellow human is presented, our natural reaction is to express sadness, disapproval and possible anger.  Depending on how familiar one is with the circumstance, the state of this person’s condition is what causes…

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