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A reportage from our correspondent, Naoki Tomasini

Zenobia No Longer Exists

Zenobia No Longer ExistsBedouin history and traditions survive with tourism in the oasis of Palmyra: From our correspondent Naoki Tomasini  The city of Palmyra is the most famous of Syria’s treasures. Known in ancient continua...

Public Enemy Number 1 & 1/2

Public Enemy Number 1 & 1/2The story of Mashouq al-Khaznawi, whose words united Kurds and Islamists: From our correspondent Naoki Tomasini   Morshed Khaznawi is the son of the Kurdish Sheikh Mohammed Mashouq al continua...

The political dream /2

The political dream /2Interview with Hasan Saleh, official of the Kurdish Yekiti party: from our correspondent Naoki Tomasini  Yekiti. Hasan Saleh is an official of the Yekiti party, one of the Kurdi continua...

The political dream /1

The political dream /1Clandestine Kurdish Political Parties Fight for Recognition and Democracy in Hasaka Region: from our correspondent Naoki Tomasini   The Kurdish presence in Syria dates back to the crusades when Saladin continua...

Opposition under the cosh

Opposition under the coshSyria, behind the stability of the regime the clandestine opposition keeps fighting: from our correspondent Naoki Tomasini   The history of the Syrian opposition is the story of over forty years continua...

The ghosts of Quneitra

The ghosts of QuneitraA ghost village in the Syrian Golan, where the memory of exile mix up with propaganda: from our correspondent Naoki Tomasini    Leaving Damascus means being swallowed up by the sand, along the road continua...