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The New Arab Staff

Adnan Abdul Razzaq


Syrians living in Turkey recount their horror during Monday's devastating earthquake, and their shock and grief upon learning of the deaths of family members in its aftermath.

08 February, 2023

Feature: The Syrian regime has been accused of denying civilians access to fresh, safe water, and it is the poorest and most vulnerable who suffer.

05 May, 2015

Initial expectations of a rise in oil prices over the Yemen conflict have diminished. But a ground offensive could change that.

01 April, 2015

Analysis: The war in Syria has destroyed the country's economic foundations, plunged 80 percent of its people into poverty, and led to economic losses estimated at more than $200 billion.

18 March, 2015

Syrian trade unions and economists warn of a "structural deformation" of the Syrian economy, with rising levels of poverty and soaring unemployment rates in areas under government control.

17 February, 2015

Feature: People in the east of Syria's capital are struggling to cope with scarcity and rising prices of basic goods, as the regime tightens its 800-day siege.

16 February, 2015