THE REMAINS OF AZAZ-SYRIA - Beirut Editor's Picks, 14 September,2012

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14 Sep 2012 00:00

Azaz has seen brutal fighting in order to secure the northernmost crossing with Turkey. The remnants of fighting and the subsequent shelling, that saw 50 dead, are seen throughout the town, in burnt-out tanks and piles of rubble.

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The remains of a shelled school in Az...
Azaz, Syria,
By Ms_R
14 Sep 2012

Azaz has seen brutal fighting in order to secure the northernmost crossing with Turkey. The remnants of fighting and the subsequent shelling, that saw 50 dead, are seen throughout the town, in burnt-out tanks and piles of rubble.

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Children pose on top of a burnt-out t...
Azaz, Syria,
By Ms_R
14 Sep 2012

Azaz has seen brutal fighting in order to secure the northernmost crossing with Turkey. The remnants of fighting and the subsequent shelling that left 50 dead are seen throughout the town, in burnt-out tanks and piles of rubble.

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Children climb on a burnt out tank in...
Azaz, Syria,
By Ms_R
14 Sep 2012

Azaz has seen brutal fighting in order to secure the northernmost crossing with Turkey. The remnants of fighting and the subsequent shelling, that left 50 dead, are seen throughout the town, in burnt-out tanks and piles of rubble.

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A man stands inside his destroyed fac...
Azaz, Syria,
By Ms_R
14 Sep 2012

Azaz has seen brutal fighting in order to secure the northernmost crossing with Turkey. The remnants of fighting and the subsequent shelling, that saw 50 dead, are seen throughout the town, in burnt-out tanks and piles of rubble. Here, a local businessman, who owns an olive-oil pressing factory, stands amid the rubble. Rebuilding of the factory has begun, even as he fears that they will be shelled once more.

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A child from Azaz silhouetted by bull...
Azaz, Syria,
By Ms_R
14 Sep 2012

Azaz has seen brutal fighting in order to secure the northernmost crossing with Turkey. The remnants of fighting and the subsequent shelling, that saw 50 dead, are seen throughout the town, in burnt-out tanks and piles of rubble.