Homs

I Visited a Syrian Refugee Camp, and This Is What I Saw

Stephen Cornish | Posted 02.12.2014 | Canada Impact
Stephen Cornish

Adel was in Homs during the heavy shelling which obliterated the Syrian city's Baba Amr district. He had been studying English at the university and had stayed on to do his military service. Running out of options and funds, he then made his way to the border and crossed into Iraq, becoming a refugee. For the past eight months, Adel has been working tirelessly as an interpreter.

Watching the Watchdog: Inside a War Correspondent's Head

Tim Knight | Posted 09.16.2012 | Canada
Tim Knight

In this edition of One On One, Mansbridge does a competent job debriefing the distinguished CBC foreign correspondent Susan Ormiston, back in London after her latest foreign assignment. So why do journalists like Susan Ormiston volunteer to go to all these places where people kill each other, and too often kill journalists who might as well have targets painted on their flak jackets?

UN Takes Big Step Towards Ending Violence In Syria

CBC | Posted 06.21.2012 | Canada

The United Nations Security Council has voted to expand its ceasefire observer mission to Syria and is also demanding an immediate halt t...

Red Cross Trying To Get Back Into Homs

CBC | Posted 04.26.2012 | Canada

The Red Cross says it has failed to gain access to the beseiged rebel stronghold of Baba Amr in the Syrian city of Homs but was able to c...

Syrian Brutality: The Unintended Consequence of Mubarak's Trial

Bessma Momani | Posted 10.09.2011 | Canada
Bessma Momani

The trial of Mubarak will have the unintended consequence of teaching incumbent Arab governments that either they repress their protest movements or else face a similar wrath to that of Mubarak.