Pressured by the Syrian Government, and assaulted by Turkish forces, can the Kurdish Rojava Project Survive? Senior official in pro-Kurdish administration vows to 'continue to run things as before' despite deal with Damascus.
After eight years of Syrian refugee influx into Turkey, the country's attitude towards them has turned sour. As a result, the Government wants Syrians to live in the provinces that they are officially registered in, and seek permits if they want to go to other provinces.
Local media in Syria has been increasingly highlighting the significant role of women in reviving the community. While this has opened up many opportunities for women to work in both media and in other sectors, the true perception of women's role in society is still falling short.