Syria: Surviving in Idlib
An estimated three million people live in Idlib province. According to UN figures, 1.1 million are internally displaced. Many live in overcrowded refugee camps. The UN has warned of a "humanitarian disaster" in the province.
Gibraltar detains oil tanker headed for Syria
The tanker is believed to have been transporting crude oil from Iran to Syria which would violate both US and EU sanctions. It may have been intercepted in Spanish waters.
Made homeless by war, Syrians sell furniture to survive
For years, Ali sold used furniture and home appliances for a living. But he never thought Syria's war would one day make him homeless and force him to sell his own. His family is one of dozens stranded in olive groves along the Turkish border, who say they have had to sell their basic possessions to ensure survival.
Former Lebanese prisoners and families demand justice for jail time in Syria
Former Lebanese prisoners and families demand justice for jail time in Syria.
Russia: Syrian War trophies on tour
Russia has launched a travelling exhibition of tanks and weapons captured in Syria. The propaganda tour from Moscow to Vladivostok aims to win approval for Russia’s intervention in Syria. But relatives of Russian soldiers killed remain unconvinced.
French jihadist arrested in Syria tells her story
French jihadist arrested in Syria tells her story.
Donald Trump's motives for Syria withdrawal remain as murky as its implementation
President Trump's surprising move to order the withdrawal of all US forces from Syria via Twitter stunned Washington. But why he did it and whether his order will be implemented remains murky.
A look at Germany's growing Salafist Islamic community
Salafism is a strict doctrine, whose followers advocate Sharia law. The branch of Islam has been linked to violence and support for terrorism. Currently the movement includes many returnees from wars in Iraq and Syria. DW correspondents investigated.