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Journalists trained by IWPR produce news, analysis, and comment pieces on the issues that affect their countries and communities.

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A woman carrying a child walks past Aleppo’s fire station. (Photo: Hussam Kuwaifatiyeh)
16 Aug 16
It's hard to look away when the violence seems endless.
Members of the Balad Syria Organization distributing aid in the Idlib area. (Photo: Najib Katba)
16 Aug 16
Filling the vacuum created by the collapse of government institutions.
Copper items and glassware. (Photo: Shafan Ibrahim)
Photo Essay
11 Aug 16
Collection is filled with dozens of antique items collected over two decades.
Women walk amidst the rubble of Aleppo’s al-Maadi neighbourhood. (Photo: Bara al-Halabi)
9 Aug 16
The chronicle of a day drenched in blood.
The building that IS used as its headquarters. (Photo: Bukhityar Hassan)
Photo Essay
9 Aug 16
A town left devastated by a long period of occupation.
Idlb’s Eid humanitarian organisation distributes 300 meals a day. (Photo: Ahmad al-Salim)
Photo Essay
5 Jul 16
Local aid agencies help the disadvantaged enjoy the holy month.
Women shop in the Sad al-Lawz local marketplace. (Photo: Hussam Kuwaifatiyeh)
1 Jun 16
Students are left with no choice but to escape when the militants arrive.
Women flee their homes in Aleppo’s Al-Ansari neighbourhood amid shelling. (Photo: by Bara al-Halabi)
1 Jun 16
When there is no escape from violence.
A child works with his father raising and selling poultry in Idlib. (Photo: Hazaa Adnan al-Hazaa)
Photo Essay
25 May 16
The war means that many under-age workers are now their families' bread-winners.
Aid is distributed to poultry breeders. (Photo: Darin Hassan)
24 May 16
Sheep and poultry farming have been hard hit by the ongoing conflict.

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