The New York Times

Barrel bombs are the Assad government’s preferred tool of mass killing; Syrian forces dropped more than 12,000 of them in 2016, according to the...

Daily Sabah

Also, in January 2016, the Syrian Network for Human Rights (SNHR) said the PYD has committed multiple human rights violations, including ethnic cleansing and...

AMN Al-Masdar News

The second time they use the key-word ‘verify’ or ‘verified’ in their report is in a very short section titled ‘Documented Deaths’ (p. 40)...

Breitbart News Network

The Syrian Network for Human Rights (SNHR) has documented thousands of arbitrary arrests cases in the course of the ongoing war in Syria, including...

The Nation

 The YPG’s assaults on Arabs began in late 2013, with three massacres, according to the Syrian Network for Human Rights.View article

Anadolu Agency

A January 2016 report by the London-based Syrian Network for Human Rights (SNHR) said that since the withdrawal of Syrian regime forces in 2012,...

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

Human Rights Watch

Syria: Make Human Rights Priority of Geneva TalksView article

The Nation

 The YPG has been raiding and arresting young men—as well as women and girls—since the beginning of 2014, the Syrian Network for Human...

Enid News

In all, the Syrian military dropped 12,958 barrel bombs in 2016 alone, according to the watchdog group Syrian Network for Human Rights. These attacks...

The 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

News Deeply

The Syrian Network for Human Rights (SNHR) has documented 167 attacks using a toxic substance since the first U.N. resolution in September 2013. View...