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Civilian Homes Bear the Trunt of Airs...
al-Dali, Yemen
By Amged Sabeeh
30 Mar 2015

The 33rd Armored Brigade, loyal to former Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh and backed up by the Houthis, try and force their way into the city of Al-Dali.

Video shows explosions from the 33rd Armored Brigade's bombardment of civilian homes in Al-Dali, near the telecommunication center.

The video shows fighters from the 33rd Armored Brigade and Houthi militias deploying heavy artillery between civilian homes in the southern part of the city.

According to local sources, the Houthi troops were not able to advance into the city and are facing heavy resistance from the al-Herak al-Janubi.

Also seen are Houthi anti-aircraft guns firing at airplanes.

Al Dali is seen as a major route to to Yemen's southern provinces and has recently witnessed clashed between the Houthis and al-Herak al-Janubi ("Southern Movement") separatists.

Meanwhile, Saudi Air Force and their allies have been striking Houthis positions across Yemen since Wednesday March 25, 2015.

Shot list:

Various of bombing on al-Dali city

Various of 33rd Armed Brigade and Houthi fighters and armored vehicles

Moving shot of anti-aircraft machinegun firing at the sky

Various of bombing on al-Dali city

Moving shot of fighters, armored vehicles and Yemeni flag

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Rough Cut: Peshmerga Recruit Bakhtiar...
kirkuk front lines outskirts of Mula Abdul
By Jeffry Ruigendijk
27 Jan 2015

A day after going through coalition training and graduation, Bakhtiar goes to the frontlines to fight in the battle for Kirkuk. We follow him and get a closer look into his life as a Peshmerga soldier recently trained by Coalition advisors.

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A Day in the Emergency Room in Aleppo...
Aleppo
By Simon Letellier
18 Jun 2013

During the armed conflict in Syria, hospitals and their staff are frequently targeted by Bashar Al Assad's regime. The Syrian regime considers aiding rebels in any way an act of terrorism. The revolution has changed the stability throughout the country and now even large hospitals are in need of medical supplies, equipment, and staff.

Doctors and their staff at this makeshift hospital in Aleppo are overwhelmed by the amount of civilians and Free Syrian soldiers wounded by regime airstrikes, snipers, and various types of bombardments. The photographs were taken in the emergency room of a field hospital in Aleppo. Doctors were on standby in the emergency room cleaning medical tools and attending to patients when the bombs began to fall. Near the hospital's location, an airstrike commenced and the wounded begin pouring in.

The first of the injured to make it to the hospital doors was a young girl. She was carried in by an FSA soldier who found her lying next to her deceased mother in the street after the bombs hit. The young girl was covered in blood and peppered with shrapnel, screaming for her mother while her mother's corpse was carried into the hospital.

The soldier explained that the little girl and her mother were walking together when the bomb exploded nearby, immediately killing the mother. Doctors worked frantically to extract shrapnel from the little girl’s body. After giving her drugs to calm her down, they proceeded to the X-Ray room. The young girl's father arrived from work and discovered his injured daughter laying on the surgical table, then collapsed and began to cry. Due to the quick response of the medical staff, the little girl survived but two young Free Syrian Army soldiers who arrived shortly after her died.

Another casualty was a young man who was transported to the hospital by a soldier from the Free Syrian Army. The man was shot twice by a sniper. The first bullet went through his chest and the second struck him in his back and was still in his body. The doctor hurried to stop hemorrhaging and didn't hesitate to put his finger into the hole to stop the bleeding. To calm the patient down, they gave him drugs and taped his eyes shut to avoid hallucinations. After an X-Ray, he was sent to the operation room. Doctors did not succeed in removing the bullet from his back but he later survived.

This is a daily occurrence for the doctors and staff of this hospital in Aleppo and many others throughout the country that are doing their best with what they have to stop the bleeding of Syria's conflict.

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Young wounded Syrian girl
Aleppo
By Simon Letellier
27 May 2013

A doctor aids a young Syrian girl who arrived at a hospital after a bomb attack. While walking in the street with her mother, she was wounded by shrapnel and the mother was killed from a bomb which destroyed a building nearby. The girl was carried into the hospital by an FSA soldier, to later be reunited with her deceased mother in Aleppo, Syria May 2013.

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Young Syrian Girl Wounded by Airstrike
Aleppo
By Simon Letellier
27 May 2013

Doctors aid a young Syrian girl who arrived at a hospital after a bomb attack. While walking in the street with her mother, she was wounded by shrapnel and the mother was killed from a bomb which destroyed a building nearby. The girl was carried into the hospital by an FSA soldier, to later be reunited with her deceased mother in Aleppo, Syria, May, 2013.

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Young Syrian Girl Wounded by Airstrike
Aleppo
By Simon Letellier
27 May 2013

A doctor aids a young Syrian girl who arrived at a hospital after a bomb attack. While walking in the street with her mother, she was wounded by shrapnel and the mother was killed from a bomb which destroyed a building nearby. The girl was carried into the hospital by an FSA soldier, to later be reunited with her deceased mother in Aleppo, Syria, May, 2013.

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Young Syrian Girl Wounded by Airstrike
Aleppo
By Simon Letellier
27 May 2013

A doctor aids a young Syrian girl who arrived at a hospital after a bomb attack. While walking in the street with her mother, she was wounded by shrapnel and the mother was killed from a bomb which destroyed a building nearby. The girl was carried into the hospital by an FSA soldier, to later be reunited with her deceased mother in Aleppo, Syria, May, 2013.

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Young Syrian Girl Wounded by Airstrike
Aleppo
By Simon Letellier
27 May 2013

Officials prepare a wounded Syrian girl who arrived at a hospital after a bomb attack for an X-ray procedure. While walking in the street with her mother, she was wounded by shrapnel and the mother was killed from a bomb which destroyed a building nearby. The girl was carried into the hospital by an FSA soldier, to later be reunited with her deceased mother in Aleppo, Syria, May, 2013.

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X-Ray Young Wounded Syrian Girl
Aleppo
By Simon Letellier
27 May 2013

Officials prepare a wounded Syrian girl who arrived at a hospital after a bomb attack for an X-ray procedure. While walking in the street with her mother, she was wounded by shrapnel and the mother was killed from a bomb which destroyed a building nearby. The girl was carried into the hospital by an FSA soldier, to later be reunited with her deceased mother in Aleppo, Syria, May, 2013.

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Young Wounded Syrian Girl
Aleppo
By Simon Letellier
27 May 2013

Officials prepare a wounded Syrian girl who arrived at a hospital after a bomb attack for an X-ray procedure. While walking in the street with her mother, she was wounded by shrapnel and the mother was killed from a bomb which destroyed a building nearby. The girl was carried into the hospital by an FSA soldier, to later be reunited with her deceased mother in Aleppo, Syria, May, 2013.

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Young Wounded Syrian Girl
aleppo
By Simon Letellier
27 May 2013

Officials prepare a wounded Syrian girl who arrived at a hospital after a bomb attack for an X-ray procedure. While walking in the street with her mother, she was wounded by shrapnel and the mother was killed from a bomb which destroyed a building nearby. The girl was carried into the hospital by an FSA soldier, to later be reunited with her deceased mother in Aleppo, Syria, May, 2013.

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X-Ray of a Wounded Young Syrian Girl
aleppo
By Simon Letellier
27 May 2013

A young Syrian girl underwent an X-Ray procedure after she was carried into a hospital by an FSA soldier. The X-ray revealed shrapnel in her body. While walking in the street with her mother, she was wounded by shrapnel and the mother was killed from a bomb which destroyed a building in Aleppo, Syria, May, 2013.

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Young wounded Syrian Girl
aleppo
By Simon Letellier
27 May 2013

Officials prepare a wounded Syrian girl who arrived at a hospital after a bomb attack for an X-ray procedure. While walking in the street with her mother, she was wounded by shrapnel and the mother was killed from a bomb which destroyed a building nearby. The girl was carried into the hospital by an FSA soldier, to later be reunited with her deceased mother in Aleppo, Syria, May, 2013.

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Young Syrian Girl Wounded by Airstrike
aleppo
By Simon Letellier
27 May 2013

A young Syrian girl lies medicated with the drug Ketamine before going into surgery. While walking in the street with her mother, she was wounded by shrapnel and the mother was killed from a bomb which destroyed a building nearby. The girl was carried into the hospital by an FSA soldier, to later be reunited with her deceased mother in Aleppo, Syria, May, 2013.

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Young Wounded Syrian Girl
aleppo
By Simon Letellier
27 May 2013

Doctors aid a wounded Syrian girl who arrived at a hospital after a bomb attack. While walking in the street with her mother, she was wounded by shrapnel and the mother was killed from a bomb which destroyed a building nearby. The girl was carried into the hospital by an FSA soldier, to later be reunited with her deceased mother in Aleppo, Syria, May, 2013.

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Women in Syria: Girls Dance in Refuge...
Azaz, Syria
By AnnaThereseDay
02 Oct 2012

Girls dance in weekly protests outside the liberated town of Azaz, which has sustained aerial bombardments for months. Thousands stay in makeshift camps, unable to enter Turkey.