From sending aid to Aleppo to re-creating Aleppo in Armenia, Syrian Armenians are trying to keep their community safe and alive in two places at once.
A family’s journey from Armenia to Syria and back again.
Among the many consequences of the Syrian civil war, the collapse of one of the Arab world’s most diverse societies may be the most significant.
The Syrian National Coalition projects a unified front but is devoid of legal agency. Mothers in exile hope for newborns to be certified at birth; students wonder who will validate their exams.
Turkey's Syrian refugees struggle to adapt to their new home.
While the conflict in Syria has deeply divided the Middle East, the refugee crisis it has produced is forcing the opposing sides to work together outside Syria’s borders.
Turkey has been helping more than half a million refugees since the Syrian conflict began two years ago. But how long will Turkey keep its doors open?
So many Syrian refugees have moved into the Turkish city of Gaziantep since the war that locals now call it "Little Aleppo." How long will the hospitality and neighborhood-friendliness last?
At a cost of $75 million, new fortifications stand as physical reminders that peace is not at hand on the Israel-Syria border.
An eerie silence has fallen over President Obama’s confusing policy toward the civil war in Syria.
An intoxicating mix of ethnicities and religions has been a trademark of Syria for millennia. What would Aleppo be without the magic of Armenian characters on churches, schools, and storefronts?
The number of Syrian refugees crossing the border to Turkey continues to mount as the uprsing in Syria drags on. The crisis is taking a heavy toll in both countries.