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Photographers in flak jackets follow the demonstration.
The demonstration passes one of the few remaining fruit stands in Aleppo
An FSA sniper and his friend trade jokes with a Syrian girl.
Two FSA sharpshooters who agreed to be photographed defending the demonstration.
Protestors held up signs in English to get the attention of the world.
We leave the demonstration crammed into the back of a rickety car with our friends.
The protest come one week after the Al-Shifa hospital was hit by an airstrike claiming over 30 lives.
Two Syrian children lead the demonstrators chanting anti-Assad slogans.
A government Tank that was destroyed by the FSA lies in ruins at Azaz
The inside of a destroyed government Tank at Azaz
The Weekly protest in Aleppo begins with a prayer session.
A child chants and leads an anti-government protest in Aleppo. Every friday, protesters gather for peaceful protests calling for the ousting of president Bashar al-Assad, despite protests often being the targets of government airstrikes.
Two young children attend an anti-govenrment rally in Aleppo, one of them waving a flag inscribed with the Shahada. These peaceful protests are organized every friday, with changing routes in order to avoid government fire.
Civilians gather in Aleppo every friday for peaceful protests calling for the ousting of president Bashar al-Assad, despite the risks of being targeted for such activities. A young child is seen leading the protesters, while in the background another, perched on a protester's shoulders, chants in a microphone.
A young man carries a sign calling for the capital punishment for president Bashar al-Assad at a peaceful protest in Aleppo. These protests are weekly events, despite carrying the risks of being targeted by the regime.
Syrian children scuffle at the site of a bombed school in Aleppo
A government tank lies destroyed in Azaz Syria.
A Kurdish FSA fighter, part of a brigade composed only of Kurds, stands in front of a devastated urban landscape in Aleppo, Syria. His brigade, who fight the Syrian army as well as the PKK, is stationed on the Karm al-Jabal frontline, which has seen heavy fighting over the past months.
Two syrian children can be seen in the ruins of their school, which was destroyed by several government airstrikes over the past months. The last airstrike hit on 29/11 in the morning, damaging the school even further.
A Syrian Government tank lies in ruins at Azaz.
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.
Syrian rebels on the Salahaddine frontline in Aleppo can be seen carrying the remains of a civilian. According to them, the man was killed in July during Ramadan and the Syrian Army controlling never buried him, letting his body to rot in the streets and be eaten by rats, leaving nothing but a skeleton. The FSA, who then just retook the neighborhood, made cleaning the streets of such corpses a priority.
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.
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.
An FSA fighter wields an AK47 and a shotgun on the Karm el-Jabal frontline in Aleppo, as clashes ease down for a few hours.
Civilians keep on with their daily routine, as in the background a collapsed building that was hit by a government airstrike reminds of the ongoing fierce fighting the city witnesses.
A young man carries his nephew inside the Aleppo field hospital. The boy caught shrapnel in his leg after a government mortar round hit his neighborhood.
A man lies atop many slaughtered sheep in preparation of the Eid el-Adha celebration that was supposed to see a ceasefire in late October.
A child stands in front of several slaughtered sheep in preparation of the Eid el-Adha holiday in Aleppo. The child lost several relatives in the past months due to the fierce fighting taking place in his hometown.
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.
A young FSA sniper aims his Magnum rifle at government forces on the Bustan al-Basha front.
An FSA fighter walks through the ruins of a former playground, who was destroyed when a government helicopter dropped explosives on it.
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
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.
An FSA fighter walks through the ruins of buildings that were hit by airstrikes and artillery fire next to the Bustan al-Basha frontline in Aleppo. The entire neighborhood has been ravaged by fighting.
A doctor treats the wound of an elderly civilian that caught shrapnel in a bread factory bombing in Aleppo, Syria.
Two emergency hospital staff carry the dead body of a civilian into the improvised morgue next to the hospital. The man was shot by sniper fire.
The body of two civilians are being carried towards the emergency hospital in Aleppo. The two young man were next to a bread factory that was hit by a government airstrike, killing more than 10.
A young man cries in rage in front of an emergency hospital in Aleppo, having lost several family members to a government airstrike that hit a local bread factory.
A child breaks down in tears in front of an emergency hospital in Aleppo, having been orphaned by a government airstrike that hit a local bread factory.