Young Syrian war icon Omran Daqneesh – whose image in an ambulance covered in dust and blood went viral last year – has appeared in new ...
Swiss SRF anchor surprises Syrian president with photo asking his thoughts as a father
Photos conveying violence continue to surface, yet no one can put an end to the violence
It is simply unacceptable that we can’t find out the truth about this attack in an era of satellite imagery, high-speed internet and global telecoms
The photograph of Omran Daqneesh, the Syrian boy who was pulled from rubble in Aleppo, has made headlines across the world
President Obama is certainly not going to change his tactics in Syria, regardless of what Assad, Putin, Khamenei and maybe Erdogan do or say
Artwork has illustrated and immortalized the horrors of war to remind us of people’s ordeal
Mindless violence in one part of the world only enhances the value of compassion in another
Ali Daqneesh, 10, was injured alongside his little brother Omran and the rest of their family when an airstrike destroyed their home
Since the image’s release, the photo has reverberated around the globe, much like that of three-year-old Aylan Kurdi
As Kate Bolduan began to describe why the viral video of Omran Daqneesh resonated with so many people, her voice began to crack
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