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Humanitarian needs, including for healthcare, are immense for the civilian population left devastated and shattered by a seemingly never-ending conflict. © Reuters
15 March 2019 marks the eighth year of a conflict seen less and less on our screens but which is all too real for people in Syria where impunity continues to reign supreme. Humanitarian needs, including for healthcare, are immense for the civilian population left devastated and shattered by a...
En Syrie, 13,1 millions de personnes ont cruellement besoin de soins. © Reuters
The whole world is blissfully caught up in the World Cup hosted by Russia, and meanwhile, the Syrian regime has been leading ground offensives and aerial bombings on the south of Syria, with the help of their Russian ally. These strikes were met with the World’s most blatant indifference. Médecins...
2017 Syrie © Reuters
This year 15 March marks seven years of war in Syria: the parties to the conflict, together with their allies, are killing with complete impunity, while the international community flounders impotently. So much has already been said about the scale of the conflict: 350,000 deaths, a country bled...
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Airstrikes and shelling on Eastern Ghouta have prevented humanitarian aid from entering the besieged enclave as well as medical evacuations five days after the adoption of a UN Security Council resolution demanding an immediate nationwide cessation of hostilities, according to a group of...
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Despite the recent negotiations between the Syrian regime and certain rebel groups, the path to an effective peace process remains blocked. And civilians will pay the price. Syria remains devastated by war. Doctors of the World - Médecins du Monde is calling for a lasting ceasefire to allow...
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It has been five years since the start of the civil war in Syria and the deadly fighting rages on. The international community has failed to find a diplomatic solution, Europe has turned its back on the victims in need of protection, and there is no end in sight to the human tragedies suffered by...