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The War in Syria: Displaced people flee Idlib as regime advances

Hundreds of thousands of Syrians are fleeing the regime's latest advance in the last rebel stronghold of Idlib province. With options for escape limited, many people there say they want to head to Europe. Our Middle East Correspondent Sara Firth, spoke to some of those ready to make the difficult journey. #Idlib #SyriaWar #BasharAlAssad

The War in Syria: Fewer places for displaced to seek refuge

The War in Syria: Fewer places for displaced to seek refuge

Idlib hospitals strained by increasing demand - The War in Syria

Idlib hospitals strained by increasing demand - The War in Syria

The War in Syria: Sudanese woman struggles to leave Idlib

The War in Syria: Sudanese woman struggles to leave Idlib

The War In Syria: Displaced Syrians in Idlib brace for winter

The War In Syria: Displaced Syrians in Idlib brace for winter

Israeli, American companies began pumping natural gas to Egypt

Israeli, American companies began pumping natural gas to Egypt

US senators sworn in as jurors ahead of president's impeachment trial

US senators sworn in as jurors ahead of president's impeachment trial

Nature prized above mass tourism in the Seychelles

Nature prized above mass tourism in the Seychelles

1,300 people have entered Guatemala on the way to US

1,300 people have entered Guatemala on the way to US

Iran Plane Crash: Ministers from five countries pay respects to crash victims

Iran Plane Crash: Ministers from five countries pay respects to crash victims

Articles impeaching Trump read out on Senate floor

Articles impeaching Trump read out on Senate floor

Healthcare sector worst affected by continuing instability in Lebanon

Healthcare sector worst affected by continuing instability in Lebanon

Trump Impeachment: US House delivers two articles of impeachment to Senate

Trump Impeachment: US House delivers two articles of impeachment to Senate

Kenya Mobile Banking: Concerns digital banking could lure people into debt

Kenya Mobile Banking: Concerns digital banking could lure people into debt

US-China Trade: Washington and Beijing sign first phase of trade deal

US-China Trade: Washington and Beijing sign first phase of trade deal

T-shirts made from coffee on show at Berlin Fashion Week

T-shirts made from coffee on show at Berlin Fashion Week

Russian President Vladimir Putin proposes sweeping constitutional changes

Russian President Vladimir Putin proposes sweeping constitutional changes

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