Center for Research on Globalization

Amnesty Claims Mass Executions In Syria, Provides Zero Proof These groups include Urnammu for Justice and Human Rights, the Syrian Network for Human Rights, and...

TRT World

The Syrian Network for Human Rights said the regime was responsible for 90 percent of civilian deaths since the war began.View article

Press TV

The US-led coalition airstrikes killed an estimated 254 civilians across Syria in January, while casualties from alleged Russian strikes capped out at 48, conflict...

The Telegraph

The Syrian Network For Human Rights reported that nearly 2,000 children were among the estimated 16,913 civilians who died in 2016 alone.View article

.Consortium News

Amnesty International Stokes Syrian War For example, AI consulted with the Syrian Network for Human Rights, which is known to seek NATO intervention in Syria....

Digital Journal

The Independent reports the Syrian Network for Human Rights (SNHR) found U.S.-led coalition forces killed 260 civilians, including 34 women and 70 children, in...

The Nation.

America's Favorite Syrian Militia Rules With an Iron Fist The YPG has been raiding and arresting young men—as well as women and girls—since the beginning...

Big News Network.com

Syrian military used chemical weapons in Aleppo, Human Rights Watch alleges NEW YORK, U.S. - International watchdog Human Rights Watch in its latest report published...

Anadolu Agency

According to the U.K.-based Syrian Network for Human Rights, the Assad regime has dropped as many as 32,000 barrel bombs -- killing more than...

teleSUR English

Amnesty gathered witnesses and testimonies from only one side of the conflict: the Western and Gulf supported opposition. For example, AI consulted with the...

Bloomberg

The Syrian government dropped at least 12,958 barrel bombs in 2016, resulting in the deaths of at least 653 civilians, according to the Syrian...

Daily Beast

But, here’s the thing: More than 55,000 children have died in the six-year civil war, according to the Syrian Network for Human Rights.View article