These four families from war-torn Syria are striving to make new lives for themselves in the Chicago area.
As conflict in Aleppo heightens, thousands of people are left with little food, water, or healthcare
More than a quarter of a million people face the freezing Syrian winter with limited food and clean water, as renewed Syrian and Russian airstrikes stretch medical resources beyond the breaking point.
When gunfire shattered his leg, Ahmed Abizaid saw what was left of the life he loved vanish in an instant.
Oil wells set on fire by ISIS leave thousands of Iraqi families suffering beneath skies of black smoke
This ‘smoke-filled hell’ is just one of the challenges people are enduring in the wake of two years of ISIS control. They also face shortages of clean water, food, medicine, and fuel.
What Hollywood left out: For this movie fan from Syria, making it in America isn’t as easy as it looked
But this refugee still has faith that aspirations can carry him far in his new home. His personal motto? ‘If I love it, I can do it.’
Arguing that Syrian refugees are a potential threat to the safety of Indiana, Gov. Pence tries to bar their entry. In a hopeful turn this week, an appeals court unanimously opposes discrimination against refugees.