Since the earthquake on February 06, some owners of damaged properties in Lattakia still do not know what could happen to their homes or whether they will receive state compensation. Meanwhile, there has been a lack of meaningful solutions at the government and local levels. 
In mid-2021, Adnan, a retired teacher, found a stranger in his apple orchard in Al-Raha, a town south of the city of Suweida. When Adnan asked the stranger why he was there, he responded that he had purchased the land from Adnan’s daughter. 
In July 2022, the municipality of Qamishli, which is part of the majority Kurdish-controlled Autonomous Administration in North and East Syria, began work to beautify and expand the western entrance of the city, known as Amuda Road. However, property owners on both sides of the road raised grievances that the project violates their property rights.
The Damascus governorate’s Directorate of Decree No. 66 Implementation announced earlier this month that trading would begin for shares in Basilia City as of May 15.
Syria’s Academic Delegations Law, issued by Legislative Decree No. 6 of 2013, requires any person to study abroad on an academic delegation to have a guarantor who will pay all expenses and fees incurred by the student if they fail to fulfil their obligations to the sending entity or refuse to return home to Syria. 
The International Organisation for Migration is the United Nations agency in charge of migration issues since 1951.
This 121-page report sheds light on discrimination projects aiming at demographic changes in areas historically populated by Kurds in Syria.