Al-Hasakah, Syria, Jan. 3, 2019. People residing in the al-Mufti and al-Dahiah neighborhoods in the Autonomous Administration-controlled city of al-Hasakah, Northeastern Syria, complain about a lack of services, declined road conditions, and problems of the sewage systems in the city. Abu Suleiman, a resident of the al-Dahia neighborhood, said that in winter, rain water floods most of the neighborhood’s unpaved roads, blocking the residents’ movement. Abu Suleiman added that the 16-kilometers wide road had not been paved for more than ten years. Earlier, residents of the al-Salhiah and al-Tala’ia neighborhoods in al-Hasakah complained about a lack of basic service including water, bread, and medical facilities, while people from several towns and villages of al-Hasakah complained about the spread of garbage in the streets, causing diseases and bad odors. Characters by appearance: 1- Um Adel, a resident of the al-Mufti neighborhood 2- Azad, a resident of the al-Mufti neighborhood 3- Alji Khaled, the joint deputy mayor of the eastern municipality.