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At Least 3,364 Health Care Personnel Still Arrested/Forcibly Disappeared, 98% by...

A Year Has Passed Since the Outbreak of COVID-19 in Syria, with Thousands of Medical Personnel Among the Forcibly Disappeared Press release:   (Link below to...

Syrian Democratic Forces Have Arrested/ Detained at Least 61 Teachers Over...

Persecution of Nearly 550 Teachers Arbitrarily Dismissed from Their Jobs for Refusing Forced Conscription in the Governorates of Raqqa, Deir Ez-Zour and Hasaka Press release: ...

SNHR Condemns Syrian Regime’s Arrest of Activist Abdul Rahman al Saleh’s...

At Least 20,842 Individuals Are Still Detained or Forcibly Disappeared by the Syrian Regime Due to Kinship with Participants in the Popular Uprising against...

At Least 10,767 Persons Still Face Trial in Counter-Terrorism Court, nearly...

A Political / Security Court Which Aims at Eliminating Those Calling for Political Change for Democracy and Human Rights Press release:   (Link below to download...

The Syrian Regime Prevents Hundreds of Syrians from Returning from Lebanon...

Return Is Still Unsafe: 62 Cases of Arrest/ Enforced Disappearance among Returnees from Lebanon Recorded Since the Beginning of 2020 BY: Mohamed Azakir/Reuters Press release:   (Link below...

The Ninth Annual Report on Enforced Disappearance in Syria on the...

Enforced Disappearance Pandemic Ravages Syrian Society with Nearly 100,000 Disappeared Syrians since March 2011, Most of Whom by the Syrian Regime Press release:   (Link below...

SNHR Receives Notification from the UN Working Group on Enforced or...

At Least 84,000 Persons Forcibly Disappeared by the Syrian Regime, We Seek to Register as Many of Them as Possible with the United Nations...

Syrian Regime Forces Forcibly Disappear 10 Popular Uprising Activists in Suwayda...

At Least 2,172 Persons from Suwayda Governorate Are Currently Detained or Forcibly Disappeared in the Syrian Regime’s Official and Unofficial Detention Centers Press release:   (Link below...

Two Months Since Issuing Amnesty Decree, the Syrian Regime Released Only...

The Syrian Regime Succeeds in Relieving International Pressure on It to Release Tens of Thousands of Detainees Following the Outbreak of COVID-19 Through a...

It Would Take 325 Years for the Syrian Regime to Release...

Nearly 665 Cases of Arbitrary Arrests, 116 Deaths Due to Torture, and 232 Releases Since the Previous Amnesty Decree Was Issued in September 2019 Press...

Hurras al Din Group Is Responsible for Kidnapping and Forcibly Disappearing...

Detainees, Activists, and Prisoners of Conscience Should Be Released as a Precaution for Fear of Being Infected with the Coronavirus Press release: The Syrian Network for...

Nearly 3,000 Individuals Are Still Detained or Forcibly Disappeared by Syrian...

Restrictions on Civil Society Organizations Through Repressive Practices Similar to Those of Extremist Groups Press release: The Syrian Network for Human Rights (SNHR) states that nearly...