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A displaced family from Aleppo’s al-Fardous neighbourhood. (Photo: Hussam Kuwaifatiyeh)
24 Aug 15
Snipers daily risk to civilians getting from one side of the city to the other.
A female citizen journalist films a child being rescued from the ruins of a house in Aleppo. (Photo: Salah al-Ashqar)
24 Aug 15
A rebel fighter survives serious injury.
24 Aug 15
"My brother Ali emerged stronger than ever."
Children play near a curtain sheltering them from a government sniper. (Photo: Salah al-Ashqar)
24 Aug 15
"He was sacrificed for the shadow of a cause, and I’m not sure if he even knew what that cause was."
A woman searches for her child among dead bodies in Aleppo. (Photo: Salah al-Ashqar)
18 Aug 15
Death and devastation no longer make the news in Douma.
Children wait to eat after school is over. (Photo: Hiba al-Rahman)
18 Aug 15
Hunger drives young children to extremes in besieged town of Ghouta.
Neglected olive groves in Tal Minis, Idlib. (Photo: Manaf al-Hashash)
12 Aug 15
Olive-growers try to sustain production in conflict zone.
A street in Damascus. (Photo: Jose Javier Martin Espartosa/Flickr)
12 Aug 15
People on all sides of conflict long for basic security and normality.
Syrian flag in the largely destroyed and abandoned city of Quneitra, taken in 2010. (Photo: Ed Brambley/Flickr)
12 Aug 15
New online resource provides one-stop-shop for reporters working in danger zones.
4 Aug 15
How women in Idlib kept the Free Syrian Army going.

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