Heavy Rains in Hasakah: An Open-Source Analysis of Catastrophic Damage (Bellingcat)

Bellingcat: Heavy Rains in Hasakah: An Open-Source Analysis of Catastrophic Damage. “When the season of heavy rainfall began in war-torn Syria, the misery local residents and internally displaced persons (IDPs) have faced over the years was compounded by environmental setbacks. This open-source monitoring blog of the situation in north eastern Syria, currently controlled by the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), will look how the rains in the area have impacted the living and working conditions of civilians in local communities and IDP camps. The information available is based solely on remote sensing and open source information collected over the period of November and December 2018. ”

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