Category Archives: Crises

Brasileiros e sírios levam arte às crianças refugiadas colorindo cenários de guerra

Por Saulo Valley, abril 24, 2017 Uma iniciativa que merece muitos aplausos levou um grupo de jovens artistas de rua brasileiros, a se encontrar com artistas e ativistas de diversos países em conflito armado. Eles tentam transformar campos de refugiados … Continue reading

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Live Stream Twitter Accounts from Besieged Aleppo

Blood pools, bodies in streets and hospitals full of the wounded, those few scenes prevailing in the neighborhoods of eastern Aleppo as Syrian and Russian forces continue shelling the city with barrel bombs and missiles summing lives of thousands while … Continue reading

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بينهم سوريون ومن جنوب السودان، تعرف على فريق اللاجئين للألعاب الأولمبية في البرازيل

تم نشر المقال المترجم لكاتبه على موقع الأصوات العالمية تبدأ دورة الألعاب الأولمبية هذا العام في مدينة ريو دي جانيرو في البرازيل، التي ستستضيف لأول مرة في تاريخ الألعاب فريق للاجئين مكوّن من ست لاعبين وأربع لاعبات تعود جنسياتهم إلى جنوب السودان وجمهورية … Continue reading

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The Uncertain Future of the Syrian Revolution

This Post was originally translated  for Global Voices The Syrian Regime is willing to remain in its current position for years, as long as it does not pay for this time with the blood of its own fighters, but rather with … Continue reading

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The Real Stories Behind World’s First Refugee Team to Rio Olympics 2016

This year, the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro will be the first ever to host a team comprised entirely of refugees. The team consists of six male and four female athletes who have fled South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, … Continue reading

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“Mother, Don’t cry if they couldn’t find my body”. In Memory of 4000 Syrian refugees who drowned in the Sea

This Post was originally written for Global Voices The humanitarian aid agency Support to Life is working to increase global awareness about the more than 4,000 refugees from Syria who have died trying to cross the Mediterranean Sea. As part of this effort, the … Continue reading

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Helping Refugees in Europe Get Connected to the Internet

Phone shop at Za’atari’s Syrian refugee camp in Jordan. Source: Zaa’tari Refugee Camp Facebook page. This Post was originally written for Global Voices Smartphones have become a lifeline for refugees during their long journey for the relative safety of Europe, as … Continue reading

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How the Brazilian Kaka Became Syrian: #IamSyrian, a Campaign that Makes Every Syrian Proud

This Post was originally written for Global Voices Nowadays, it’s not strange to bump into a Syrian in every corner of the globe. This doesn’t only take into account the forced refugees from Syria’s war but the generations of families of … Continue reading

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ISIS Destroyed Palmyra’s Majestic History. How Can Technology Help?

#NewPalmyra Crowdsources the Majestic History That ISIS Destroyed in Syria An edited Post was originally written for Global Voices Palmyra’s “Nightmare is Over” says Syria’s Head of Antiquities. His statement comes after Assad forces recaptured the ancient city of Palmyra which was under … Continue reading

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Manbij is an ordinary Syrian Town, but why known as “Little London”?

When a Syrian Town Has So Many Foreign Fighters That English and German Are Common Languages This Post was originally written for Global Voices Manbij is one of the largest cities in the Aleppo province. Located in the north of the Aleppo countryside … Continue reading

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