Following the deadliest month for civilians since the conflict began in March 2011, the UN has announced that 3 million Syrians—or almost 14 percent of the total population--have now fled the relentless fighting in their country.
Using the power of music, one organization is bringing attention to an emergency at risk of being forgotten.
The Oscar winner will read the words of Reema, a Syrian refugee, at the fifth annual Women in the World Summit.
Everyone wants a safe, peaceful place to live. Why is finding that so easy for some of us and so hard for others?
“No matter where you go, there is no place like home,” says Um Majd, one of more than 2.5 million people who have fled Syria in the three years since conflict began to tear the country apart.
A new image from the British street artist evokes both the cost of the conflict and the hope for peace.