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Corona

Radio Rozana
The Syrian war has imposed a massive migration of Syrians outside their country in search of a safe haven. Some of them chose Yemen, also experiencing a war, an epidemic, and multiple humanitarian crises, which the Syrian refugees have not managed to escape from …
Radio Rozana
There are about 300,000 Syrian refugees living in Kurdistan, representing 97 percent of the total Syrian refugees in Iraq. They are living in an ever-escalating crisis with the spread of Corona …
Soheib Jawhar
The corona pandemic has widened the gap between private and public education, and threatens to put a whole generation of youth outside the system.
Radio Rozana
The measures to confront the epidemic have deepened the Lebanese economic crisis, while the Syrian refugees found themselves facing a new challenge, after having struggled to ensure a decent life…
Tarik Miri
As winter has arrived, Syria is facing a second wave. Across the country the number of corona cases is on the rise. Most people, however, have other things to worry about.
Firas Tawil
Those who examined the pattern of the epidemic will notice the government’s laxity in enforcing health protocols across sectors, as well as their poor commitment to preventive measures such as wearing masks and keeping a social distance.
Shahat Al-Sayed and Sahr Al-Hamdani
Due to the corona pandemic women refugees in Egypt often have no other choice than to work as a domestic to make a living. As a result, sexual violence has sharply increased. Three women tell their stories.
Myriam Sweidan
“Even with death, you want to make a profit?” … The stories exposed by this investigation raise questions about the possibility of hospitals benefiting from the registering of deaths under the cause of “Covid-19”, regardless of their actual cause of death.
Myriam Sweidan
A large number of Coronavirus cases were recorded inside Roumieh prison, infections spreading among both inmates and security personnel alike. The response from concerned authorities, especially the Health Ministry, is to attempt to diminish from the gravity of the news, denying its status as a fresh new crisis devastating Lebanon.
Abeer Mohsen
The law in Yemen is selective and discriminatory against women, focusing it’s restrictions on the shops and centers where they worked, while other shops belonging to men were left open without any threats.
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