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By Ali Rogin, Morgan Till, Dan Sagalyn
Clown Me In is a Beirut-based clowning group that performs for young Syrian refugees.
By Corinne Segal
Syrian refugee Mohamad Khalf, 25, photographs life in Zaatari while teaching photography workshops to other refugees.
As the fighting in Syria approaches a fifth year, leaving hundreds of thousands dead and displaced, the nation’s artists have sought ways to respond to the destruction of their homeland. Some try to tell the stories of their fellow Syrians,…
By PBS NewsHour
After completing "Storeys," a large-scale abstract painting project based on photographs from Syrian cities, Tammam Azzam has seen enough: buildings gutted by bombs, empty streets, a sense of stillness.
Palmyra, Syria, was invaded by the Islamic State last year. But the ancient city was still standing in the winter of 2014 when Mahmoud Hariri began recreating it in clay and wood.
Read two new stories from Najat Abdul Samad, a writer living in Syria who has emerged as one of the most striking voices in Syrian literature today.
A group of Syrian documentary filmmakers is working to put a human face to a conflict defined by numbers.
More than 2.6 million Syrian children are not in school, many of them having left in the midst of a war now in its fifth year.
Filmmaker and dancer Amer Albarzawi was living in Raqqa, Syria, two years ago as it became the stronghold of the Islamic State.
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