Displaced Syrians risk losing claim to land they own under two new laws passed this year that allow the government to seize private property.
Egyptian officials in Damascus say they are taking all necessary measures to help Egyptian citizens trapped in Syria return safely to Egypt.
Banned anti-personnel mines planted by the Iran-backed militia have left 814 people permanently disabled, Yemen's human rights minister said.
Violations and corruption have been on the rise as the parties to the conflict focus on fighting rather than governance, Yemenis say.
Fashion and beauty shop owners in Sanaa have been ordered to cover up mannequins and remove advertisements bearing images of women.
The international coalition has sought to keep civilians out of harm's way during the battle to oust ISIS and to help them return to their homes.
The alleged poison gas attack on the town of Douma in Eastern Ghouta has sparked global outrage and calls for unhindered access for international investigators.
Saudi Arabia and the UAE in particular have been working to ensure the delivery of humanitarian support to the Yemeni people, officials say.
The Iran-backed militia has been accused of taking children out of school and sending them to military-style training camps.