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Fighting continues to displaced Afgha...
Kabul
By LK
04 Jul 2014

International combat troops may be preparing to withdraw from Afghanistan at the end of the year, but the escalating insurgency continues to drive Afghans from their homes. Helmand Province has been hit hardest by the Taliban insurgency, sending thousands of families fleeing to Kabul for safety. Some find shelter, but little else, at an IDP camp on the outskirts of Kabul. Lucy Kafanov reports. NOTE: THIS VIDEO IS NOT FOR SALE BUT FOR SAMPLE PURPOSES ONLY.

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Barrel Bombs Displacing Aleppines 11
Aleppo, Syria
By TTM Contributor 4
08 Feb 2014

Aleppine child helping his parents transport the luggage to the truck as they prepare to move due to the shelling and bombing of the area by government forces.

طفل حلبي يساعد عائلته في نقل الأمتعة إلى الشاحنة استعداداً للنزوح بسبب تعرض حيهم للقصف بالبراميل المتفجرة من قبل قوات المنظام

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Barrel Bombs Displacing Aleppines 12
Aleppo, Syria
By TTM Contributor 4
08 Feb 2014

Al Trizinha, a local transportation system being used to transports the belongings of the displaced as they leave opposition controlled areas that are being targeted by government forces.

الطريزينة، وسيلة نقل محلية تستخدم لنقل أمتة العائلات النازحة من أحياء حلب الخاضعة لسيطرة المعارضة بسبب القصف على هذه الأحياء بالبراميل المتفجرة من قبل قوات النظام

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Barrel Bombs Displacing Aleppines 10
Aleppo, Syria
By TTM Contributor 4
08 Feb 2014

An Aleppine family in Al-Gizmati neighborhood use a "Trizinha" to move.

عائلة حلبية في حي الجزماتي تستخدم ( الطريزينة ) وهي وسيل نقل محلية في النزوح بسبب استهداف الحي بالبراميل المتفجرة من قبل قوات النظام

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Barrel Bombs Displacing Aleppines 7
Aleppo, Syria
By TTM Contributor 4
08 Feb 2014

A liquid transport tank truck used as to transport the belongings of a family due to the high demand of trucks in Aleppo because of the big numbers of displaced people fleeing the government's shelling and bombing of their homes.

شاحنة خزان تستخدم كشاحنة نقل نتيجة الضغط الكبيرعلى الشاحنات في حلب بسبب موجة النزوح التي تشهدها المناطق الخاضعة للقوات الحكومية

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Barrel Bombs Displacing Aleppines 4
Aleppo, Syria
By TTM Contributor 4
08 Feb 2014

Two trucks carrying mattresses and home appliances as they leave the areas outside government control because they are targeted by the army's barrel bombs.

شاحنتان تحملان فرشاً وأدوات منزلية وهما تغادران المناطق الخارجة عن سيطرة القوات الحكومية هرباً من القصف بالبراميل المتفجرة

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Barrel Bombs Displacing Aleppines 8
Aleppo, Syria
By TTM Contributor 4
08 Feb 2014

Aleppine family in Al-Sakhour neighborhood preparing to move.

عائلة حلبية في حي الصاخور تستعد للنزوح هرباً من القصف على الحي بالبراميل المتفجرة من جانب القوات الحكومية

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Barrel Bombs Displacing Aleppines 13
Aleppo, Syria
By TTM Contributor 4
08 Feb 2014

An Aleppine family in Al-Soukhour neighborhood wandering in the streets looking for an exit from the neighborhood that has been a targeted by government forces with barrel bombs.

عائلة حلبية في حي الصاخور هائمة في الشاع بحثاً عن طريقة للخروج من الحي الذي يتعرض للقصف بالبراميل المتفجرة من قبل قوات النظام

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Barrel Bombs Displacing Aleppines 6
Aleppo, Syria
By TTM Contributor 4
08 Feb 2014

A truck with a reservoir being used to transport furniture due to the high demand of trucks because of big number of displaced residents from areas under opposition control.

شاحنة خزان تستخدم كشاحنة نقل نتيجة الضغط الكبيرعلى الشاحنات في حلب بسبب موجة النزوح التي تشهدها المناطق اخاضعة لسيطرة المعارضة

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Barrel Bombs Displacing Aleppines 3
Aleppo, Syria
By TTM Contributor 4
08 Feb 2014

Aleppine family from Tareeq Al Bab neighborhood leaving their home because of shelling and bombing of the area by government forces.

عائلة حلبية من حي طريق الباب تغادر منزلها هرباً من القصف الذي يستهدف الحي من قبل القوات الحكومية

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South Sudan in Crisis 15
Juba, South Sudan
By Samir Bol
14 Jan 2014

Internally displaced family from the peripheral areas of Juba, now residing in churches in the city in order to flee the conflict.

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Notes from Syrians On The Ground 1: S...
Azzaz, Syria
By AnnaThereseDay
01 Jul 2013

Thousands of Syrians are trapped in internally displaced camps throughout the countryside and along the border. In this camp along the Turkish border, several thousands of Syrians await entry into Turkey as the Turkish government struggles to absorb more than 200,000 refugees. (http://data.unhcr.org/syrianrefugees/regional.php)

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Notes from Syrians On The Ground 2: R...
Azzaz, Syria
By AnnaThereseDay
01 Jul 2013

“I want Americans to know about my wife. She was a survivor. She had nine children and thirteen grandchildren. When I aged and couldn’t walk well, she took care of me. When our home was destroyed in Maree [a northern Syrian town now under rebel control], she was inside and still lived. My wife died in February here after waiting for four months on the border without clean water or any space of our own. She died from her diabetes because we couldn’t get her medicine here, even though we can see Turkey with our own eyes... That is what I want America to know about the Syrian Revolution.” -A Syrian grandfather remembers his wife who, like many Syrian refugees, died from disease or simple infection while waiting without the necessary aid in the squalor in these border camps.

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Notes from Syrians On The Ground 4: S...
Azzaz, Syria
By AnnaThereseDay
01 Jul 2013

“I want Americans to know that I cried about the 9/11 attacks. I wept, and so did so many Syrians for your tragedy. I want to know what Americans think about Syria, do they know about Syria? I want to know if Americans are weeping for us.” - a Syrian grandmother from Tarafat, a northern rebel-controlled village. Because of the conditions of the camp, her family is considering returning to Tarafat despite the threat of the ongoing aerial bombardments by the Assad regime.

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Notes from Syrians On The Ground 9: B...
Azzaz, Syria
By AnnaThereseDay
01 Jul 2013

After interviewing these rebel guards, they tell me: “you are always welcome in Free Syria” and that their “homes are my home.”
“You are always welcome in my home in America too!” I respond. “Next we will come to America,” says one with a smile that turned to a stern face quickly... “With guns.”

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Notes from Syrians On The Ground 12: ...
Azzaz, Syria
By AnnaThereseDay
01 Jul 2013

Thousands of Syrians await safety in border camps inside Syria as Syria’s neighbors struggle to absorb nearly 2 million refugees. (http://data.unhcr.org/syrianrefugees/regional.php)

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Notes from Syrians On The Ground 14: ...
Azzaz, Syria
By AnnaThereseDay
01 Jul 2013

Thousands of Syrians await safety in border camps inside Syria as Syria’s neighbors struggle to absorb nearly 2 million refugees. Families struggle to grasp onto moments of normalcy, sanity, and dignity through their organizing despite the unspeakable conditions of their makeshift border camps. (http://data.unhcr.org/syrianrefugees/regional.php)

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Notes from Syrians On The Ground 18: ...
Azzaz, Syria
By AnnaThereseDay
01 Jul 2013

This FSA border guard’s message to America: “We won’t forget that you forgot us.”

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Battle for Yabroud 2
Yabroud, Syria
By Jonathan Alpeyrie
28 Apr 2013

About 40 Syrian families are living inside an abandoned school. Syrian refugees fleeing the fighting in Homs have taken refuge in Yabroud where it is estimated that close to 15 thousand of them are now located. Most have taken refuge in abandoned schools given by the local FSA government who tends for them and feeds them.

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Notes from Syrians On The Ground 3: H...
Azzaz, Syria
By AnnaThereseDay
01 Apr 2013

The winter hit Syrian refugees harder than ever this year. Heavy rains flooded Syrian IDPs in their own sewage, and the lack of electricity and their tent homes combined to make a harrowing winter. Syrians began cutting down what was once groves of trees from neighboring property in hopes of burning a little wood for heat.

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Notes from Syrians On The Ground 5: M...
Azzaz, Syria
By AnnaThereseDay
01 Apr 2013

There’s no running water or electricity in the makeshift border camps that have become home to thousands of Syrians awaiting refugee status in neighboring countries. Nadia, age 8, and her little brother bring water back to their family’s tent from tanks provided by NGOs from the Gulf and the United Nations. When asked what she and her brother want to tell America, she responds, “We love you, and we study English!” She then recited all of the ABCs and asked if Mickey Mouse is “a mouse or a bear?”

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Notes from Syrians On The Ground 6: R...
Azzaz, Syria
By AnnaThereseDay
01 Apr 2013

The winter of 2012 was rough for the millions of displaced Syrians throughout the region. In this particular camp, thousands of Syrians trapped along the border awaiting refugee status in Turkey were flooded in their own filth by the heavy winter rains. Community organizers dug a ditch that has now become a little canyon to drain the sewage from the camp. The open river of waste weaves through the thousands of tents along the border. (http://data.unhcr.org/syrianrefugees/regional.php)

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Notes from Syrians On The Ground 8: R...
Azzaz, Syria
By AnnaThereseDay
01 Apr 2013

Children wander the “sewage canyon” in a makeshift camp along the border with Turkey. According to the UN, children make up more than half of the Syrian refugees and IDPs. (http://data.unhcr.org/syrianrefugees/regional.php)

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Notes from Syrians On The Ground 16: ...
Azzaz, Syria
By AnnaThereseDay
01 Apr 2013

Thousands of Syrians await safety in border camps inside Syria as Syria’s neighbors struggle to absorb nearly 2 million refugees. Following a rainy winter, makeshift tent camps were flooded in their own sewage, paving the way for the spread of infectious disease. “We don’t need sophisticated medicines here,” explains the camp’s doctor, a Syrian volunteer. “We need antibiotics for fungal infections, diarrhea -- that’s what the children are dying from.” (http://data.unhcr.org/syrianrefugees/regional.php)

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Notes from Syrians On The Ground 17: ...
Azzaz, Syria
By AnnaThereseDay
01 Apr 2013

This little boy says he wants to fight Bashar like his older brothers who his family says are now rebel fighter. When asked what he wants to say to America, he responds, “I want to go home.”

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Notes from Syrians On The Ground 11: ...
Azzaz, Syria
By AnnaThereseDay
31 Mar 2013

Thousands of Syrians await safety in border camps inside Syria as Syria’s neighbors struggle to absorb nearly 2 million refugees. (http://data.unhcr.org/syrianrefugees/regional.php)

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Stories in Tents, Qah Refugee Camp (9...
Idlib, Syria
By Jodi Hilton
12 Dec 2012

A girl was injured when a bomb fell on her home in Hass, Syria and glass got into her arm. Now she and her family, who live in tents at Qah camp near the Turkish border, are among Syria's two million internally displaced people. Cold weather and rain has increased the hardships faced by nearly 3600 displaced Syrians, many from the destroyed town of Hass have taken refuge there. Since Turkey began turning away refugees, many thousands have moved to tents on the Syrian side of the border.

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Stories in Tents, Qah Refugee Camp (1...
Idlib, Syria
By Jodi Hilton
12 Dec 2012

A woman and child look through a tent at Qah Camp for displaced Syrians on December 12, 2012. Cold weather and rain has increased the hardships faced by nearly 3600 displaced Syrians, many from the destroyed town of Hass have taken refuge there. Since Turkey began turning away refugees, many thousands have moved to tents on the Syrian side of the border.

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Stories in Tents, Qah Refugee Camp (4...
Idlib, Syria
By Jodi Hilton
12 Dec 2012

A boy with shrapnel in his leg at Qah Camp for displaced Syrians on December 12, 2012. The same doctor reported high incidence of diarrhea, lung infections and hepatitis A among the population of nearly 3600 displaced Syrians.

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Stories in Tents, Qah Refugee Camp (1...
Idlib, Syria
By Jodi Hilton
12 Dec 2012

An FSA soldier at Qah Camp for displaced Syrians on December 12, 2012. The same doctor reported high incidence of diarrhea, lung infections and hepatitis A among the population of nearly 3600 displaced Syrians.

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Stories in Tents, Qah Refugee Camp (2...
Idlib, Syria
By Jodi Hilton
12 Dec 2012

A woman hangs laundry at Qah Camp on December 12, 2012, home to 3600 internally displaced people, many living in camps near the Turkish border. Most want to get into Turkey but have been denied. Turkey is currently constructing two new refugee camps but its struggling to keep up with demand. They have reported that the number of Syrians has exceeded 137,000.