syria

A Syrian teenager is fundraising to study at Cambridge

An offer-holder from the war-torn country has set up a GoFundMe page to help him afford his dream

Protest to take place in Cambridge tomorrow as ‘Pro Assad’ conference set to go ahead

Two patrons of organisation have resigned over the conferences’ controversial speakers

Daniel Levin: ‘There are really three different tracks of diplomacy going on’

Strategy advisor and foreign affairs expert Daniel Levin on the way diplomacy REALLY works.

INTERVIEW: Ex-Sec Gen of NATO Anders Fogh Rasmussen on Libya, NATO and the importance of America

Europe needs America, now more than ever.

Former Pembroke Master warns of “populist uprising” in the face of EU migration crisis

Dearlove is not being a dear in his statements about refugees.

Pembroke cyclists raise £6000 for a refugee MPhil

24 Pembroke students made the 85 mile cycle from Oxford to Cambridge; here’s their story of blood, sweat, and malfunctioning bike chains

I was strip-searched by Greek police while volunteering with refugees

They didn’t explain themselves as they forced us in their car, held me down by my hair and illegally strip searched me.

Syrian refugees arrive in Cambridge

Cambridge is one of the first cities in the UK to receive Syrian refugees.

Homerton grad missing as husband joins ISIS in Syria

Iimaan Ismail, a Cambridge graduate and ex-Tab writer, has not been heard of since being released from Manchester police custody following allegations of ‘wilful ignorance’

Cantabrigians are stupid too

It’s not all Nobel prizes and political glory amongst our alumnae. ELOISE DAVIES wants you to choose the worst of the worst.

Where not to go this summer

Think your summer is going to be anticlimactic? Don’t worry, says ELOISE DAVIES. It could be so much worse.

Skandar Keynes: Week 5

This week, SKANDAR ponders the Syrian conflict and how it affects life in neighbouring Lebanon.