TikTok Video Shows U.S. Soldiers Asking Syrian Locals About Porn Star
The since-deleted video shows the soldiers asking Syrians if they watch Mia Khalifa, only to receive confused looks.
Russia Wants Refugees to Return to Syria But Many Can't
"I know that the regime cannot be trusted," Jude Ash, a Syrian activist who is now an asylum applicant in the U.S., told Newsweek. "Any attempt by the regime to facilitate any transition or resolution, the main problem there is trust," he explained.
Trump Grants Syrians Permission to Stay in U.S. For Now
Nearly 7,000 Syrians will be temporarily shielded from deportation.
Thousands of Academics Protest Trump Immigration Order
The list of signatories includes professors from elite colleges and at least 40 Nobel laureates.
What's Next for Syrian Opposition After Aleppo's Fall?
President Assad has strengthened his position with likely fiercer battles to come despite the deadly siege of Aleppo.
A Hostage's Escape From ISIS
An extract from the new release "The ISIS Hostage" details Daniel Rye's escape from an ISIS safe house.
Syrian Refugees in Greece Feel Betrayed by the West
Greece has been processing about 45 asylum requests a day, which at this rate would take 20 years to complete.
Nearly 50 Refugees Have Died in Mediterranean in 2016
The cold winter months have not stopped refugees and migrants from attempting the journey.
Report: Swiss Arrest Two Syrians With Traces of Explosives in Their Car
It's unclear whether the arrests were linked to a heightened security alert Geneva authorities declared on Thursday.
Judge Blocks Another Request in Texas to Deny Syrian Refugees
The Texas action came as Donald Trump touched off a global firestorm by saying that Muslims should be denied entry into the U.S.
The Gulf States Are Taking Syrian Refugees
The numbers show that, contrary to the common view, Syrians have moved to the Gulf en masse.
America's Next Top Budget Controversy
Refugees and a climate pact are shaping up to be the issues Republicans and Democrats will stake the government's survival on this December.
Refugees Find Shelter at the Site of Berlin Airlift
Few refugee shelters in Europe have as much history as Tempelhof Airport, which recently opened hangars to more than 2,000 asylum seekers.
How to Share Thanksgiving Meals With Syrian Refugees
A new app transforms the cost of your turkey into donations for refugees.
Watch: Trailer for '7 Days in Syria,' a Documentary About Reporting on War
Amid chaos, Newsweek's Janine di Giovanni tells the human stories of those caught up in Syria's war.
Refugee and Migrant Arrivals to Greece Top 7,000 a Day
The International Organization for Migration said the figure rose from 4,500 a day during September.
Father of Drowned Syrian Boy Wants to Return to Syria
Photos of Aylan Kurdi on a Turkish beach have captured the world's attention.
Photos: Life in 'The Jungle,' Calais's Migrant Camp
Poor health conditions, makeshift churches and lessons in applying for asylum form aspects of life in The Jungle.
Zaatari Refugee Camp Turns 3
The camp has become one of the largest cities in Jordan.