A friend remembers Hassan Abbas, a veteran Syrian opposition and civil society figure, who passed away aged 66 on 7 March 2021.
The head of Karkobia’s security forces has caught a deadly virus. How will he hide the news from the Palace? A short piece of satirical fiction by Marcell Shehwaro.
After a high blood pressure diagnosis, Al-Jumhuriya’s English editor did the unthinkable: he stopped drinking coffee. What followed was weeks of physical, mental, even spiritual torment.
In his fourteenth letter to his missing wife Samira al-Khalil, abducted in Douma in 2013, Yassin al-Haj Saleh writes that he now identifies with his late mother, paying tribute to mothers around the world who bear the anguish of disappeared loved ones.
On the sixth anniversary of his wife Samira al-Khalil’s abduction, Yassin al-Haj Saleh says uncovering the truth about her whereabouts must be an indispensable part of the Syrian cause.
To mark four years since the disappearance of the ‘Douma 4’ activists, Al-Jumhuriya publishes a poem dedicated to Samira al-Khalil by the award-winning poet Faraj Bayrakdar.
Should International Women's Day be an occasion to celebrate womanhood or a reason to riot against the system?
Rana Zeid narrates scenes from the life of theatre actor Hatem Heddawi in his city of Deir al-Zor during its worst period of military clashes.