THE WORLD WATCHES AND HOPES AS THE BATTLE RAGES ON

Collection with 12 media items created by Editor's Picks

20 Oct 2012 22:00

As the crisis in Syria rages on, the rest of the world watches, hoping for an end to the fighting. Many Syrian men fight while their families struggle to avoid the violence, seeking refuge wherever they can. Meanwhile much of the world watches and supports the Syrian opposition.

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FSA sniper in Aleppo
Aleppo, Syria
By Jean Carrere
24 Oct 2012

A young FSA sniper aims his Magnum rifle at government forces on the Bustan al-Basha front.

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FSA fighter runs from sniper fire in ...
Aleppo, Syria
By Jean Carrere
24 Oct 2012

A young FSA fighter sprints across a street in order to avoid sniper fire from Bashar el-Assad's forces on the Bustan al-Basha frontline in Aleppo.

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FSA fighters in combat
Aleppo, Syria
By Jean Carrere
24 Oct 2012

Two FSA fighters fire their weapons, an AK47 assault rifle and a M60 machine gun at government position on the Bustan al-Basha frontline in Aleppo

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FSA fighter carries old man away from...
Aleppo, Syria
By Jean Carrere
26 Oct 2012

An FSA fighter carries an elderly man across a street to avoid government sniper fire next to the Karm el-Jabal frontline in Aleppo. The old man, reluctant to let the fighting affect his daily walks, is too slow to avoid the army's sniper, and often gets assistance from the rebels.

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Civilian exodus in Aleppo
Aleppo, Syria
By Jean Carrere
29 Oct 2012

A man flees his ravaged neighborhood in Sallahadine in Aleppo after scavenging some of his belongings. The neighborhood had just been retaken by the Free Syrian Army, allowing civilians to come and collect their possessions before fleeing to safer areas.

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Civilian exodus in Aleppo
Aleppo, Syria
By Jean Carrere
29 Oct 2012

Civilians can be seen fleeing their neighborhood, Salahaddine, which has been ravaged by fierce fighting. The FSA just retook it from the Syrian Army, and allowed civilians in to retrieve some of their belongings and flee to safer areas of the city.

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Decomposed body in Aleppo
Aleppo, Syria
By Jean Carrere
29 Oct 2012

The skeleton of a civilian in the Salahaddine neighborhood of Aleppo. According to the rebels, the man was killed during the month of July, and the Syrian Army controlling the neighborhood never buried him. The body was eaten by rats and left to rot in the street until the rebels retook the area.

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Walk for children of Syria (17 of 65)
Bologna, Italy
By Michele Pero
17 Nov 2012

Walk for Syrian children in Bologna, Italy, on November 17, 2012. Syrian people from all over the world meet up for a global walk for to drive the attention of the world to the condition of Syrian children left under the regime of Assad.

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Walk for children of Syria (21 of 65)
Bologna, Italy
By Michele Pero
17 Nov 2012

Walk for Syrian children in Bologna, Italy, on November 17, 2012. Syrian people from all over the world meet up for a global walk for to drive the attention of the world to the condition of Syrian children left under the regime of Assad.

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Walk for children of Syria (36 of 65)
Bologna, Italy
By Michele Pero
17 Nov 2012

Walk for Syrian children in Bologna, Italy, on November 17, 2012. Syrian people from all over the world meet up for a global walk for to drive the attention of the world to the condition of Syrian children left under the regime of Assad.

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Walk for children of Syria (62 of 65)
Bologna, Italy
By Michele Pero
17 Nov 2012

Mr. Mohamed Nour Dachan, official representative of the National Syrian Council in Italy . Walk for Syrian children in Bologna, Italy, on November 17, 2012. Syrian people from all over the world meet up for a global walk for to drive the attention of the world to the condition of Syrian children left under the regime of Assad.

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New Syrian Opposition Leader Holds Ta...
Cairo, Egypt
By CJSwansen
19 Nov 2012

The new leader of Syrian opposition coalition Moaz al-Khatib held talks on Monday, November 19, with Egyptian Foreign Minister Mohamed Kamel Amr in Cairo, where they discussed the latest development of the Syrian crisis.

Al-Khatib told reporters that the newly formed coalition gained Syrian public recognition and support.

He also renewed his announced position of not visiting Russia and Iran for a solution.

Local News Agency: Middle East Bureau / VCS
Shooting Dateline: November 19, 2012
Shooting Location: Cairo, Egypt
Publishing Time: November 19, 2012
Length: 0:00:55
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SHOTLIST:

  1. Pan left, Egyptian Foreign Ministry headquarters in Cairo
  2. Medium shot, a crowd reporters and cameramen
  3. Various shots of the meeting between Egypt’s FM Mohamed Kamel Amr and chief of newly formed Syrian opposition coalition Moaz al-Khatib
  4. Pan right/low angle, Egyptian Foreign Ministry headquarters in Cairo