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Spirit of revolt lives on in Syria's exiles

Spirit of revolt lives on in Syria's exiles

They may be scarred, but nothing, not even torture, bombing or exile, could break them. As the Arab Spring revolts swept through the Middle East and North Africa region like a wildfire, thousands of young Syrians joined protests in March 2011 demanding change in a nation ruled by the family...

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In Syria, Yarmuk residents plan return to war-torn Palestinian camp

In Syria, Yarmuk residents plan return to war-torn Palestinian camp

When Syrian authorities said they would allow returns to the war-ravaged Yarmuk camp for Palestinian refugees in southern Damascus, Issa al-Loubani rushed to sign up and quickly started repairing his home. Hundreds of former residents have already requested permission to go back to the...

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Tent and garden: Displaced Syria teen recreates lost family home

Tent and garden: Displaced Syria teen recreates lost family home

Among the olive trees in northwestern Syria, displaced teenager Wissam Diab plucks an oud outside his new home, a tent surrounded by luscious plants. Inside, there are more tumbling indoor plants and a collection of tiny cacti, as well as dozens of books lined up on a cloth-covered table...

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Syrian girl hopes to walk again in Turkey

Syrian girl hopes to walk again in Turkey

An eight-year-old Syrian girl who lost her leg is hoping to get treatment in Turkey and be able to walk again. Fatma Nasuh lost her leg when she was only 3 years old and has been walking with crutches ever since. She walks three kilometers (1.8 miles) with crutches everyday to...

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