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Weekly Media Digest April 10, 2020

10 April 2020
SyriaUntold brings you the latest edition of our digest. We want to share with you the features, investigative pieces and long-form essays that we're reading this week.
Musicians at the Front

04 January 2019
What do musicians do when they are thrust into war? How does the hand that played music handle a weapon in a conflict the musician did not choose?
Militias and Crony Capitalism to Hamper Syria Reconstruction

04 September 2017
There remain several challenges for the regime in reaching political and economic stability and securing funds for reconstruction. Some of these challenges are rooted in the internal contradictions and the...
Environmental Initiatives Bring Relief to Besieged Areas

22 July 2017
If the siege was lifted, people would not depend as much on renewable energy, but they have already learned not to take what they have for granted. They have acquired...
Return of Football to Aleppo Highlights Regime’s Political Theatrics

17 May 2017
It became evidently clear that this was the latest example of Bashar al-Asad using sports as a tool to exert political influence.
Mokdad’s 300 Miles: the Dilemma of Activist Documentaries

28 April 2017
"The tricky thing about art, particularly about Syria, is that I always imagined that you make art for change."
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