Syria has appears to be stuck in a situation of “no war and no peace”, in More than eight years into devastating conflict, says analysts.
The Syrian conflict erupted in 2011 after government forces cracked down on civilian protesters demanding more freedom and economic opportunities. Regional powers, including Turkey and Iran, along with Russia, have played a critical role in backing opposing sides to the conflict in recent years.
As key players grapple with domestic issues, Syrian war has been left in temporary stalemate, experts tell Doha Forum.
As the rainy season hits, Syrian refugees living in a camp in Idlib face flooding and mud due to poor.