KGNU’s Maeve Conran spoke with Susanne Stadlbauer, PhD. While in Germany over the Christmas holidays, Dr. Stadlbauer spoke with a number of Syrian refugees placed at a camp in her hometown of Straubing in east Bavaria. She shares refugees’ stories of their journey […]
Leila Al-Shami has worked with human rights movements in Syria and elsewhere in the Middle East. She has co-authored a new book on the Syrian conflict with long time media commentator and author Robin Yassin-Kassab. Burning Country starts with an […]
“War is a disease and you can feel it no matter what part of the country you’re in.” Amal Kassir grew up in Aurora. Her father is from Syria and Amal grew up with strong links to her Syrian family, […]
Governor John Hickenlooper defended his position on Colorado’s willingness to accept Syrian refugees on Wednesday. He also says states don’t have the constitutional right to block refugees who are in the country legally from entering their borders. Bente Birkeland has […]
Governor John Hickenlooper says Colorado would be open to accepting Syrian refugees. This comes as several Republican Governors say they don’t want them in their states. Bente Birkeland has more.
“Many, many children under 10 years old were there.” In October, Boulder resident Dan Winters was planning a vacation with his wife in Europe. Having seen the images of refugees and asylum seekers at the train station in Budapest, Winters […]
Foreign Correspondent and investigative reporter Reese Erlich has covered Syria for many years. He returned from his latest trip to Syria in August 2014 and he writes about his experiences in his latest book: “Inside Syria: The Backstory of Their […]