Firstpost

The Syrian Network for Human Rights opposition monitoring group said nine rebel fighters were killed in the mountain battles on Monday. The anti-Assad Syrian...

Aspects Diplomatic

In addition to all of the above mentioned, Syrian Network for Human Rights noticed that there is a discrepancy between the international standards for...

Yalla Souriya – WordPress.com

Syria|Syrian Institute for Justice appeal Syria|Syrian Institute for Justice appeal ... Syria – casualties report – February 19th, 2013The Syrian network for human rights documented...

International Federation for Human Rights

The Observatory has been informed by reliable sources about the continued enforced disappearance of Mr. Omar Mohammed Mamoun Arnous, one of the most important...

Al Jazeera English

The New York-based organisation cited the Syrian Network for Human Rights as saying 232 civilians were killed between December 15-18.View article

Centre for Strategic and International Studies

The Human cost of the Syrian Civil War View article

Clarion Project

The London-based Syrian Network for Human Rights, cites 25 cases of women being kidnapped and held hostage for use in prisoner exchanges or "to...

iNewsArabia

At the conference, DCHRS, and two other Syrian human rights organizations, the Syrian Network for Human Rights and the Violations Documentation Center in Syria,...

Cairo Institute for Human Rights Studies

Reports of the United Nations1 state that the number of deaths between the beginning of the uprising in March 2011 and the end of...

Refworld

The Syrian Network for Human Rights reported that 1,215 Syrians, including 34 children and 17 women, died from torture during detention by government authorities....

Politics Forum

The number of people killed as a result of the continuing bombardment of al-Qusayr is not known. One estimate is 237 people from the...

McClatchy

Another group, the Syrian Network for Human Rights, which makes no effort to tally government casualties, released a report last Wednesday that claimed that...