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The War in Syria: Residents find ways to keep warm in winter

Idlib is the last opposition held Syrian province and is under threat of a regime offensive that could cause what the UN calls a 'catastrophic humanitarian disaster'. The harsh winter conditions and the war economy are also making life difficult. Many who now live in Idlib are displaced Syrians who have fled fighting in other parts of the country. Obaida Hitto reports. #SyrianWar #WarInSyria #SyriaWinter

Displaced Syrians suffer in the cold

Displaced Syrians suffer in the cold

The War in Syria: Displaced children eager to return to school

The War in Syria: Displaced children eager to return to school

Estimated 1.5M displaced Syrians living in the country

Estimated 1.5M displaced Syrians living in the country

Initiative encourages displaced Syrians to grow gardens

Initiative encourages displaced Syrians to grow gardens

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