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A Lebanese Artist Draws Portraits of Syrians in Exile
Mounira Al Solh’s exhibition “I believe in our right to be frivolous” opens at the Art Institute in Chicago today.
the golden door
Nour Is a Syrian Immigrant. She’s Afraid to Say Her Name Out Loud in America.
The September edition of the Cut’s Golden Door comic.
Syrian Missile Strike Was Reportedly Influenced by ‘Heartbroken’ Ivanka
Eric Trump said his sister was “heartbroken and outraged” by the gas attack.
The Little Girl Who Tweeted From Syria Opens Up About Night Her House Was Bombed
Bana Alabed sat down with the BBC for a new interview.
The Little Girl Who Tweeted From War-torn Aleppo Has Been Rescued
Bana Alabed tweeted about living in Aleppo during airstrikes.
This Little Girl Is Tweeting About Her Heartbreaking Life in War-torn Syria
Bala Alabed, 7, lives in Aleppo and is sharing her daily struggles there.
The Psychological Reason You Care More About This Kid Than Millions of Refugees
The bias against collective suffering.
Two Sisters’ Escape From Syria
In this year’s massive human migration to Europe, some young women have been forced to make the journey alone.
Europe’s Refugee Crisis and the Biology of Human Altruism
Looking to glimpses of altruism that have emerged in the ongoing refugee crisis in Europe.
Malala Marked Her First Day of Adulthood by Opening a School
The Nobel Peace Prize–winning activist spent the day with Syrian refugees in Lebanon.
Can Potential Terrorists Be ‘Rehabilitated’?
Denmark is taking the lead in an interesting, counterintuitive experiment.
Final Tally: Americans Were 12 Times More Interested in Miley Cyrus Than Syria
Even though news sites wrote about Syria more.
The Syrian Dictator’s Instagram, by the Numbers
The First Lady went on an Instagram spree yesterday.
Male Gaze: The Heroic Foreign Correspondent
Hey, Richard Engel’s