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Ziad Adwan: No Deeper Shock than that of Syrians


“Every refugee thinks his tragedy is the worst. But, I noticed that Syrian refugees are the most shocked," Ziad Adwan tells SyriaUntold.

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Syrian Society is Failing Female Survivors of Torture and Detention


Since the beginning of the Syrian revolution, intelligence agencies have used rape as a weapon of war to suppress and intimidate demonstrators, both males and females. The regime is well aware of the nature of Syrian society and the importance of some social norms such as those related to masculinity...

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Worth More Than Gold


Some Syrians may well remember when bananas were a rare and highly coveted fruit. Eating this yellow delight in the 1980s was a subtle status symbol How about now? What's the deal with bananas in Syria today?

Cities in Revolution

Documenting the history of the uprising in six different syrian cities

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Syrian Cities

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