Huge Fire in Ain ISSA

A huge fire destroyed thousands of hectares of agricultural land in the countryside of Ain Issa.

AA is fully ready to receive wheat, barely corps from farmers

The Economic and Agriculture Body in Autonomous Administration in North and East of Syria has prepared 15 grain -receiving centers to accommodate thousands of tons, defined its conditions for receiving the crops from the farmers and announced that it will receive wheat and barley marketed to the centers.

Kobanî residents denounce Turkish violations

A number of residents of Kobanî canton denounced the practices of the Turkish occupation army to burn agricultural land belonging to the people west of the city of Kobanî, and appealed to the international community to intervene and put an end to the Turkish violations.

Agriculture Directorate in al-Tabqa seeks to revive Abu Qubea site

 The Agriculture Directorate of the Economic Committee in al-Tabqa is currently rehabilitating the agricultural site of Abu Qubea, which is estimated at 135 hectares due to the destruction and negligence when mercenaries controlled the site.

 Intensive movement in Manbij markets

Ramadan drinks and food vary from one region to another, but Manbij and its countryside have a special character that makes them distinguished. Some vendors rely on popular Ramadan foods and drinks as a seasonal source to earn a living.

Al-Ashrafieh markets prospered after rehabilitation

The shop owners in the neighborhood of al-Ashrafieh in Aleppo began to reopen their shops and commercialize their trade to return to life again. After years of clashes and battles, about 400 shops and workshops opened in the neighborhood amid the continued flow of people.

Floods increase suffering of al-Arishah camp refugees

About 1,200 tents were damaged in al-Arishah camp due to flooding caused by the rise of the "Southern Dam" water level, while the organizations have stopped the distribution of assistances to the affected refugees, and this is increasing the suffering of the refugees.

Horrible crimes committed in al-Raqqa during IS' domination

The survival of mercenaries for more than two years in the city of al-Raqqa and its countryside, whose "alleged capital" was a dark black era, the people of the region passed through. The story of the family of Ghosun Mohammed al-Khalaf and the family of Ali al-Hassen embodies the darkness in which the people of the region lived.

About 72,842 refugees settle in al-Hol camp

About 72,842 refugees who are staying in al-Hol camp including Iraqi refugees, Syrian refugees, as well as IS families' mercenaries who surrendered themselves to SDF's fighters, where the camp is considered the 8th in north and east of Syria, which is supervised by the Autonomous Administration.

2 tents, poor possibilities to teach al-Awda camp's children

Al-Awda camp's administration in Afrin canton has opened two tents to teach the students, and the tents were decorated with modest potentials, where the children stressed their commitment to the training and education, challenging the practices of the Turkish occupation and its mercenaries against the children.

'Our work is humane, its goal is to serve the society in terms of health'

30 students from different regions and cities of northern and eastern Syria joined a training course at the Health Academy in Rojava, in Serê Kaniyê city, during which the administration of the academy said that work in the field of health is humane and the aim of the opening of the courses is serving the society and providing the medical assistance.

Turkish occupation violations prevented cultivating 500 hectares

The Turkish occupation state have been preventing the people of Ain Diwar from cultivating their winter and summer crops for five consecutive years, depriving them of their source of income, which negatively affected their livelihoods in north and east of Syria.

23,000 students entered to schools of eastern countryside of al-Raqqa

The Educational Office of the Education Committee of al-Raqqa Civil Council in al-Karama area in the eastern countryside has been able to receive 23,000 students, opening 79 schools and appointing 935 teachers since its inception in the eastern countryside in January 2017.