Dogmatic Slumbers

Syrian Heritage Sites, Holy Places Destroyed In Civil War (MEMRI) Places Of Worship Destroyed: Mosques The Syrian Network for Human Rights, an opposition body, estimates that...

Yemen Fox

Syrian regime kills 95, activists say according to a statement by the Syrian Network of Human Rights (SNHR), a London-based group which tracks civilian and...

2013 Syria Death toll

DIPLOMATIC ASPECTS NEWSPAPERDIPLOMATIC ASPECTS NEWSPAPER2013 Syria Death toll: more than 40.000 victims killed by government forces, 34949 are civilians including 4344 children, 2921 ladies,...

TurkishPress

The Syrian Network for Human Rights watchdog (SNHR) said regime forces raided opposition-controlled areas, killing 24 people in Aleppo, 12 in the suburbs of...

TurkishPress

The attacks killed 19 in the suburbs of capital Damascus, 18 in Aleppo, 15 in Daraa, nine in Idlib, eight in Hama, four in...

MENAFN.COM

Meanwhile, the Syrian Network for Human Rights (SNHR) said the regular troops committed at least 14 massacres in Damascus eastern rural Ghouta in the...

Daily Sabah

The London-based Syrian Network for Human Rights watchdog said Wednesday that 41 people have been killed in Deir ez-Zor, Damascus, Aleppo, Hama, Homs, Suwayda,...

DAILY SABAH

Sixteen people were killed in the suburbs of Damascus, 12 in Aleppo and other cities the London-based Syrian Network for Human Rights SNHR said...

TurkishPress

Thirty people were killed in the suburbs of Damascus, 20 in Homs, 10 in Aleppo, 5 each in Haseke, Hama, Daraa and Deyru'z Zor,...

gc4hr.org

Campaign to end violence against women human rights defenders across the Gulf region and its neighboring countriesThe Syrian Network for Human Rights (SNHR) has...

At least 39,021 people were killed in Syria’s civil war in...

More than 39,000 killed in 2014 The group also said that Assad regime forces killed 32,507 people, 8,077 of whom were opposition fighters....

AA

The Syrian Network for Human Rights said Thursday 2.1 million Syrian children suffer lack of food and health issues, while 1.1 million children live...