Since the start of the uprising in Syria, 38 amateur and professional journalists have been killed. Their only crime: sharing information and spreading the truth. Their main weapons : their mobile telephones and the internet. To pay homage to them, Reporters Without Borders and JWT Paris have brought to life, through a unique Live Tweet, the experience of these men and women who put themselves in harm’s way in order to broadcast information.
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تقرير من الأمم المتحدة بعنوان (كفى) عن الأوضاع في سوريا #Syria #UN
More than five million Syrians have been forced to flee their homes and more than 70,000 have died, including thousands of children. In the name of all those who have suffered, the United Nations top humanitarian officials have joined together to call on governments to find a political solution.
Read and share their joint message: “Enough.”
©UNHCR/A. Branthwaite/Oncupinar refugee camp, Turkey
للنشر #Syria تقريرعن الوضع في سوريا @HRW
Last week, life changed for 12-year-old “Aziza.” She had just arrived at her grandparents’ apartment in Aleppo with her family when she heard the sound of a jet and then a huge explosion.
“Suddenly, it was all covered in dust,” Aziza said. “I heard my aunt screaming – she was calling for survivors, and then some men took me and my little sister out of the rubble. The wall and stairs were gone. They handed us over one to the other.” Standing in the rubble of the destroyed house, Aziza, still in shock, told me two days after the attack that she and her younger sister survived only because they were playing in one of the interior rooms.
Four government bombs dropped on the Sukkari neighborhood on April 7 killed her mother, twin brother and two other close relatives, and seriously injured her father. Aziza and her family had already moved to a different neighborhood, but had come back briefly to get some of their belongings. Speaking to relatives and neighbors we collected information about 17 civilians who died in this attack, but there could be more since nobody has a complete list of casualties yet.
Read more here.
Photo: A young boy helps collect what is left of his family’s belongings from the ruins of their house in Aleppo city. A Syrian government jet dropped four bombs on the street on April 7, killing at least 17 civilians. © 2013 Ole Solvang/Human Rights Watch
#UNHCR #Syria #Refugees
Syrian families wait their turn to register at the UNHCR center in the northern city of Tripoli, Lebanon. The UN has announced today that the number of Syrian refugees fleeing the conflict has reached 1 million. Photograph: Bilal Hussein/AP
اليونيسف: فيلم وثائقي بصوت أطفال سوريا
سؤال هام جدا بخصوص مجزرة بستان القصر للأطباء #Syria #Aleppo #Egydoctors
سؤال للأطباء ..
اذا فرضنا أنو نهر قويق جرف الشهداء اللي شفناهون اليوم من مناطق النظام لبستان القصر .. فيني قدر المسافة ب 2 كم بين أقرب نقطة مسيطر عليها النظام عند الحديقة العامة من نهر قويق لبستان القصر .. واذا فرضنا أنو سرعة انتقال الجثة بالمياه 200 متر بالساعة (مع أنو مستحيل وهي سرعة…