Subjects – Syria Report



Amnesty International has documented “large-scale and systematic violation of rights” in the detention system in northeast Syria. The detention network in AANES areas holds 56,000 people; 10,000 of them (mostly men) in 27 detention facilities, and 46,000 (mostly women and  children) in two detention camps: Al-Hol and Roj. The U.S. has played a prominent role in funding the vast detention network in the northeast. Since 2015 up till now, U.S. military funding to Syria has neared USD 2 billion.
This interview with Angela Huddleston, Syria Deputy Country Director of the International Rescue Committee (IRC), is part of our series of in-depth conversations with some of Syria’s main humanitarian and development actors.
Fish production has reached 13,000 tonnes this season, reaching pre-2011 levels. Syria's imports of fish and fishery products are expected to rise following the Central Bank of Syria's decision on February 18 to allow tourist establishments to import seafood and fishery items not available in the local market.
In 2023, 1.4 million beneficiaries across all governorates in Syria received USD 85 million in Multi-Purpose Cash Assistance, according to data collected by the U.N. Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. Rural Damascus has a higher number of MPAC beneficiaries and transferred volume than the following ten governorates together: Lattakia, Homs, Daraa, Tartous, Hassakeh, Deir-ez-Zor, Suweida, Idlib, Quneitra and Raqqa.



Import and export of ready-made garments, beauty products, and perfumes.
Trading home appliances, alternative energy devices, and industrial and agricultural metres.