Yousef Gharibi is a journalist based in Idlib, Syria.
SPOTLIGHT 101 | Photojournalist Yousef Gharibi | Danish Siddiqui Foundation | War Photography
An enchanting trip under the fresh waters of Darkush for spear fishing and diving In Syria, Idlib
Oud maker Syria
The Syrian infant, born under the rubble, is recovering
My new cooperation with KBSnews I have documented the stories of three children whose lives were changed by the earthquake
Beauty you have never seen before for the nature of Idlib
Il y a sept ans, Amani Al-Ali découvrait l'art de la caricature. Après s’être perfectionnée et puisqu’à Idlib, en Syrie il n’y pas de professeurs de dessins satiriques, ni même de femmes artistes, elle a décidé d’enseigner les techniques caricaturales.
La angustia de vivir entre miles de bombas sin explotar en Siria
Pictures you haven't seen before..Night and Eid in the eye of a bird #idlib #wer #syria
In a conservative society where adulterous relationships are not accepted, the deteriorating economic conditions might also be a reason for children being abandoned, according to Younes Abo Amin, manager of "House of the Child".
Children Carry unexploded missiles and classify them to be sold to iron smelting plants in the northern countryside of Idlib
They don't accept the idea of women being at the fore Maryam Kaddour.. She does not submit to pressure and continues her dream in the camp
Remnants of war.. Latent death in Idlib
No soap nor water: Fear mounts for refugees as coronavirus spreads
The dangerous face of rights: Should civilians in Idlib be allowed bearing arms?
For generations, water buffalo breeding flourished in the Hama countryside in northwest Syria. But in recent years, the animal has become endangered due to the ongoing war and has impacted the livelihoods of shepherds
an investigation about the uncontrolled urban development in Idlib