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15 Mar
On March 15, 2011, the Syrian revolution began. Ameer al Halbi covered the ensuing conflict as a photographer for several years, before fleeing his hometown of Aleppo and finding refuge in France. Once there, he continued to work as a photographer, driven by the same commitment and passion. Halbi was seriously injured at the end of 2020 while covering a protest in Paris. In this first-person report, he tells us about his relationship to photography, war and exile.
9 Sep 2021
Limited electricity supply is hampering Syria's industrial revivial, as manufacturing grinds to a halt at 6pm in the former economic hub of Aleppo.
17 Mar 2021
When protests first flared in 2011 against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime, Ahmad Mansour took to the streets of Aleppo with his high school-age peers. But as the uprising morphed into armed clashes, he joined the ranks of the armed opposition. Ten years later, he is still fighting. Now the head of his own battalion in Idlib, the 26-year-old has lost countless comrades, but his stance against Assad is unwavering.
10 Apr 2019
Syria: War-torn city of Aleppo slowly coming back to life.
31 Mar 2019
Suspected Israeli warplanes have struck several Iranian and Syrian government targets in Aleppo, according to state television. If confirmed, it would be the first Israeli strike in Syria since January.
11 Nov 2017
Syrian army targets Nusra front group in Aleppo province.
16 Apr 2017
Syrians wait by buses on the outskirts of Aleppo as an evacuation deal stalls.
14 Apr 2017
Footage shows people being evacuated from villages of Kefraya and al-Foua after an agreement was reached between rebels and Syria's army at insurgent-held al-Rashideen, Aleppo province, Syria.
1 Jan 2017
2016 has been a year that changed the status quo - from the UK's historic Brexit shock to Donald Trump's surprise win in the US presidential election. Al Jazeera looks back at some of the biggest stories of the past 12 months.
23 Dec 2016
The Syrian government has declared victory in its fight to retake Aleppo after the last convoy carrying rebels and their families left the city. State television showed government supporters celebrating after the announcement by the military.
22 Dec 2016
Newspapers in Germany have vastly different interpretations, with some accused of fearmongering. Plus, the 7-year-old refugee from Aleppo who's received a presidential welcome in Turkey.
21 Dec 2016
The Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov says the evacuation of the besieged east of Aleppo is 'wrapping up' and could be complete in days.

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