Worldview Worldview: Syrian humanitarian crisis, Oscar-nominated film Amour, Weekend Passport Worldview January 18, 2013 [View the story "Worldview: Syrian humanitarian crisis, Oscar-nominated film Amour, Weekend Passport" on Storify]Worldview: Syrian humanitarian crisis, Oscar-nominated film Amour, Weekend PassportThe International Rescue Committee said Syria was facing a “humanitarian emergency," as food shortages have increased and access to medical care has decreased in many parts of the country. Film contributor Milos Stehlik reviews Michael Haneke’s latest film Amour. Your Weekend Passport.Storified by · Fri, Jan 18 2013 09:03:07 More content below this sponsor message Syria crisis: the violence mapped by the UNFreedomHouseSyria’s humanitarian crisisAt least 600,000 Syrians have fled the conflict, flooding into neighboring countries who have struggled to respond to such an enormous influx of people. Syrian-American Yisser Bittar recently returned from a visit to Syria, where she went with several other young Syrian-Americans to assess the humanitarian situation and deliver aid. She explains what her organization, the Syrian American Council, is doing to help provide humanitarian relief.Syrians face 'staggering' crisisThe Middle East faces a "staggering" humanitarian crisis caused by the conflict in Syria, an aid agency says. With more then 600,000 Syri...Syria: Evidence of Homs massacreThe BBC has seen evidence of a massacre in central Syria, in a village on the edge of the city of Homs. A team visiting Hawasiya was told...Review of AmourThe film is nominated for five Oscars including best foreign film and best picture, a rarity for a non-English language movie. It opens Friday in Chicago.Review: Amour - ReviewsThe master of bleakness, depravity, and bitter irony Michael Haneke has at last made an unabashedly romantic love story, and his most upb...Weekend PassportGlobal citizen Nari Safavi helps listeners plan their international weekend. This week we’ll tell you where to hear a performance of a distinctly Moroccan form of trance music known as Aissawa.