Amnesty International has a page on Syria which offers links to their reports including:
Human Rights Watch has a page on Syria on which it posts links to the latest news from the region along with HRW reports, including:
ASOR (American Schools of Oriental Research) Syrian Heritage Initative Project is a cooperative agreement between ASOR and the U.S. Department of State that is designed to document, protect, and preserve the cultural heritage of war-torn Syria. Hundreds of significant heritage sites have been damaged since fighting began in 2011. See their weekly reports page and/or follow them on facebook.
SNAP (Syria Needs Analysis Project), is a project aimed at supporting the humanitarian response in Syria and neighbouring countries by providing an independent analysis of the humanitarian situation of those affected by the Syrian and regional crisis.
AAAS (American Association for the Advancement of Science), Geospatial Technologies and Human Rights Project
Deutsches Archäologisches Institut (DAI), Damaskus
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Syria and Foreign relations and United States
Syria and History
Syria and Politics and Government
Country Profile, Syria, 2005
Human Rights Watch, Syria Many reports written by HRW as well as the latest human rights news from Syria can be accessed through this page.
The New York Times A visual guide to the crisis in Iraq and Syria. has a constantly updated visual guide to the activities of ISIS/ISIL and the world response. Maps are provided of airstrikes and refugees as well as links to further information.
The Guardian Newspaper (UK) has a webpage that offers "The latest news and comment on the Islamic State (Isis) militant group."