Antiwar

Calculating a death toll for Syria is no easy task, with the UN having long since given up on the task and the Syrian...

The New York Times

Activists inside Syria described how the wounded had fewer places to go. Al Hikma Hospital was destroyed by shelling in the first days of...

NorthiowaToday

The Syrian Network for Human Rights, which documents civilian and rebel casualties, said 219 people were killed on Saturday, including 122 whose bodies were...

International Business Times

French photographer Remi Ochlik and American correspondent Marie Colvin were killed on February 22, 2012 in the besieged Syrian city of Homs on...

LA Times

The bodies of 18 Baba Amr residents, all members of the Sabouh family, ranging in age from 1 to 85, were found stabbed to...

McClatchy

But a new report listing the names of the dead and the dates on which they died, compiled by the London-based Syrian Network for...

EA WorldView

The Syrian Network for Human Rights has put out a statement, supported by names and locations, claiming that 4631 people died in violence in...

Fiannaiochta

The Syrian Network for Human Rights cannot document or verify the casualties on either side due to the Syrian government’s refusal to issue...

Fiannaiochta

Syrian Network for Human Rights & Damascus Centre for Human Rights Studies Report about June Death Toll in Syria View article

Defender of Faith Guardian of Truth

Fadel Abdulghani from the Syrian Network for Human Rights which has been monitoring the death-toll inside Syria since the protests began, estimates at least...

LA Times

The mass destruction has left many families homeless, forcing them to flee the country or seek shelter with overburdened relatives or even in public...

Washington Times

“Everyday we lose our friends and relatives. Today, we also lost two brave and honest journalists,” said Sami Ibrahim, a Homs-based spokesman for the...