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Idlib’s Displaced Head East in Massive Syrian Exodus 

Members of Syria's opposition NaaMembers of Syria's opposition National Liberation Front remotely-fire a rocket at a position near the village of al-Nayrab, about 14 kilometers southeast of the city of Idlib in northwestern Syria, amid clashes with government forces.tional Liberation Front remotely-fire a rocket at a position near the village of al-Nayrab,…

Umm Omar and her family were among thousands of displaced Syrians fleeing Idlib last week as the Syrian regime, backed by Russian air power, pushed deeper into the last rebel stronghold, in the northwest part of the country.

The 50-year-old woman, along with her husband, nine children and seven grandchildren, had few options as shelter was extremely scarce in the war-torn country. Years of conflict and repeated displacement shaped her belief that any safe place within Syria was merely temporary.

“The roads were clogged with fleets of cars, small read more >>>

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