IRIN

According to data gathered by the Syrian Network for Human Rights, which documents deaths inside Syria, three-quarters of the civilian fatalities this year were...

International Business Times

The Syrian Network for Human Rights (SNHR) blamed the massacre on the Syrian regime's forces and members of the pro-regime Shahiba militia.View article

Radio New Zealand News

Fadel Abdulghani, of the Syrian Network for Human Rights, estimates that 28,000 people have disappeared since unrest against the government of President Bashar al-Assad...

Al Jazeera

Government forces dropped the bombs on the hospital shortly after midnight on Friday morning, according to activists and the Britain-based Syrian Network for Human...

GMA News

Syrian army takes more oil fields from Islamic State in Raqqa and eastern desert Syrian army takes more oil fields from Islamic State in Raqqa...

Washington Times

“There is no hope to stop because they have unlimited weapons and resources, and they control the skies,” said Sami Ibrahim, a Damascus-based...

The Echo News

On day one of the truce, the Syrian Network for Human Rights reported 14 infringements by both Russia and the Syrian regime, according to...

US Mission Geneva

In May alone, regime forces killed 1,713 civilians, including 236 children. ISIL killed 197 civilians, including nine children, according to the Syrian Network...

Syrian Revolution Digest

Rebels: West should react to Syria's chemical attacks Several groups including the Syrian Network for Human Rights say Assad has been using weapons like sarin...

The Economist

The Syrian Network for Human Rights, a British-based NGO, reported nearly 80 breaches (including the possible use of poison gas) in the first few...

Turkish Press

Syrian Network for Human Rights (SNHR), a London-based group that tracks civilian and dissident casualties stated on Thursday that 100,000 people had been killed...

Worldbulletin

More than 15,000 women and girls have been killed in Syria since the civil war began in 2011, while approximately 2,500 women are still...