Friday, 6 December 2013

People walk from the rebel-held suburb of Muadhamiya to government-held territory, helped by aid workers
Growing suffering of Syria's besieged civilians"The townspeople say that what has allowed them to hold out for so long is of course the Free Syrian Army, who manage to steal ammunition and weapons from the army to replenish their supplies.
But it's also the teamwork of the community, sharing food, wood for fuel and encouragement. It's this new spirit which means that even though the price has been so high, they insist they don't regret the revolution."

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