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At least 15 people were killed in Syrian regime air strikes around Palmyra, the U.K.-based Syrian Network for Human Rights said in a statement...

The New York Times

The leading killer in Syria today is not ISIS or Al Qaeda; it is Mr. Assad. According to the Syrian Network for Human Rights,...

Middle East Eye

"Men and women who have been victims of torture or were held in detention have given similar testimonies to us, and much worse...

Telegraph

According to the Syrian Network for Human Rights, 95 per cent of all civilian deaths in the conflict have come from the regime. The...

Anadolu Agency

At least 499 civilians were killed, including 110 children and 79 women, in 51 massacres that took place in April, the Syrian Network for...

The Columbus Dispatch

Between January and July, Assad’s military and pro-government militias killed 7,894 people, while Islamic State killed 1,131, according to the Syrian Network for Human...

NOW Magazine

The Syrian Network for Human Rights reported that "Their bodies were shredded. We found Ibrahim's hand next to his house, and we were still...

The Daily Beast

According to the survey by the Syrian Network for Human Rights, there have been 56 major massacres displaying obvious sectarian or ethnic cleansing traits.View...

ARA News

The Syrian Network for Human Rights (SNHR) has documented the death of 254 civilians, including 83 children and 42 women, within one month by...

Sputnik International

US officials estimate that the anti-ISIL campaign has killed more than 10,000 terrorists, while the Syrian Network for Human Rights estimates that coalition airstrikes...

Your Middle East

In September alone, the Assad regime dropped 1,715 barrel bombs, hitting mosques, hospitals, schools and other civilian sites, US Ambassador Samantha Power said, citing...

The Express Tribune

According to the Syrian Network for Human Rights, the number of deaths caused by these barrel bombs has reached almost 9,000 since February, 2014,...