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The War in Syria: People forced from home struggle to find safety

Syria's Idlib province has seen an increase in regime air strikes - despite having been defined a 'de-escalation zone'. The bombings are part of an offensive by Bashar Al Assad's regime to overtake one of the last opposition enclaves in the country. The airstrikes are having a devastating impact on civilians who had already fled fighting in other parts of the country. TRT World's Anelise Borges reports.

Idlib displaced afraid to return and rebuild

Idlib displaced afraid to return and rebuild

The War in Syria: People attacked despite de-escalation zones

The War in Syria: People attacked despite de-escalation zones

Russian, Syrian regime air strikes kill civilians in Idlib

Russian, Syrian regime air strikes kill civilians in Idlib

Displaced Syrians suffer in the cold

Displaced Syrians suffer in the cold

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