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Inside The World's Most Dangerous City: The Syrians Who Remained In Aleppo

Five years of near-continuous violence have pushed hundreds of thousands of people to flee Syria's largest city, but not all of Aleppo's residents have left. As Syria's war drags on into its sixth year, we meet some of the residents who have chosen to remain. ALEPPO, SYRIA -- Last May, the human rights group Amnesty International delivered a report on the Syrian city of Aleppo simply called: “Death Everywhere.
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