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03-06-2020

An 80-km section of the M4 highway was reopened on May 25 between the towns of Tal Tamer and Ayn Issa, enabling a resumption of passenger and cargo traffic.

27-05-2020

The Syrian government has lifted a major portion of the movement restrictions it imposed at the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic despite a doubling in the number of positive cases.

20-05-2020

The number of people who tested positive for the Coronavirus increased in the past week to 58 from 47, according to the Ministry of Health.

23-10-2019

The text of the agreement between the Russian and Turkish presidents in Sochi on October 22, 2019.

16-10-2019

This factsheet originally aimed at providing an overview of the economic situation in North-East Syria under the control of the Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria (AANES). The events of the past few days, however, have changed facts on the ground before we could complete our work on this article.

26-03-2019

A first official crossing has opened between the Euphrates Shield Area and regime-held areas north of Aleppo.

20-03-2019

A press briefing by James Jeffrey after the Brussels conference on Syria on March 12-14, 2019.

09-10-2018

The issuance of passports to Syrians living abroad continues to represent an important source of foreign currency revenues.

25-06-2018

The text of the interview of Bashar Al-Assad by Russian NTV Channel in Damascus on Sunday June 24, 2018.

22-08-2017

A weekly selection of reports, papers and articles on Syria.

25-04-2017

A scheduled bus trip has reportedly been launched between Qamishli and Damascus for the first time in four years, linking again the Iraqi border with the Mediterranean.

28-03-2017

A weekly selection of reports, papers and articles on Syria.

14-03-2017

A weekly selection of reports, papers and articles on Syria.

07-03-2017

A weekly selection of reports, papers and articles on Syria.

07-03-2017

The success last week of regime forces in linking areas under their control with those of the Kurdish PYD will likely improve supplies of energy and agricultural products in Damascus and other parts of the country, lower costs and provide a small boost to economic activity.