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Spanish Court Case Tests the Challenges of Universal Jurisdiction on Syrians

Spanish Court Case Tests the Challenges of Universal Jurisdiction on Syrians

Guernica 37 lawyers Almudena Bernabau and Maite Parejo speak to SyriaUntold about the labyrinth of limitations on universal jurisdiction in national Spanish legislation.

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Speaking to the Hearts of the Jailers

Speaking to the Hearts of the Jailers

The first step was to understand the needs and feelings of the interrogator. Dania and her inquisitor were like two people standing on opposite banks of a river, separated by murky waters that neither of them could understand. As he was the one in the position of power, she was the one who had to try to reach the other bank.

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A Little Bird Told Me

A Little Bird Told Me

“A little bird told me” is a phrase we were all used to hearing when we were young. Our parents would say it whenever we had tried our hardest to hide something from them, and particularly something to do with school. We never imagined that one day we would grow up to discover that the little bird was real and not imaginary at all. With all the people being detained and forcibly ‘disappeared’, I came across many little birds carrying news to the families who were desperate to hear even a single word in order to ease the pain in their hearts. Hind Majalli was one of these little birds.

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Environmental Initiatives Bring Relief to Besieged Areas

If the siege was lifted, people would not depend as much on renewable energy, but they have already learned not to take what they have for granted. They have acquired the know-how on renewables.

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Self-Learning Center Faces Challenges in Southern Syria

Ghosn Zaytoun organization has set up self-learning centers in Golan and Qunaytra to counter the effects of disrupted education.

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Burial Art – Assem Al Bacha

Hidden behind a lavish Andalusian past is the story of “The Last Damascene in Granada”, the self-exiled sculptor Assem Al Bacha.

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Salamiyah: Ladders to Heaven (Cities in Revolution)

The story of the town of Salamiyah in the Syrian revolution. Credits Directors: Orwa al-Mokdad Supervision: Mohammad Dibo …

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If Walls Could Speak

If Walls Could Speak

Featured Photo: A slogan, addressing Bashar al-Assad, written on a ruined wall in Zabadani, 11 March 2016: “Destruction …

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Do Not Agree To Be a Puppet

On a fixed chair, Yara al-Hasbani, a young dancer, takes us to a place of darkness using her …

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Levels of Graves in Douma

Levels of Graves in Douma

In the realm of the living, people are able to build their homes above ground in levels and …

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