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22 Dec
Radwan Fouad Jomaa fled Syria and settled in Denmark, but now he is being told to return to Damascus. Radwan Fouad Jomaa lives in Denmark with his wife and three kids. Now Denmark is saying his hometown, Damascus, is safe again and he and his family must go home.
23 Oct
Syrians use olive waste to create 'birin', a biomass fuel to be used to heat homes during the winter as an alternative to diesel, which few families can now afford in Syria's Idlib province.
20 Nov 2020
Left with no other options, Syrians in Europe have taken local chemical companies, overseas banks and technology firms to court, as well as senior Syrian officials and members of terror groups.
9 Nov 2017
More than a dozen Syrians who suffered torture in Syrian jails are fighting for justice in Germany. They've filed complaints with German federal prosecutors accusing 17 alleged perpetrators of war crimes and crimes against humanity.
19 Dec 2016
Thousands of traumatised Syrians leave the rebel enclave of Aleppo as the UN Security Council votes to deploy observers to the battered city to monitor the evacuations.

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