Life under siege for a Palestinian couple in Syria's war.
Middle East by Alia AllanaJan 10, 2016
â€śIâ€™ll call you,â€ť he
said, as he turned his back to leave for Yarmouk refugee camp, almost certain
that they won't speak. That they canâ€™t speak. Years of war have turned Syria
inside out, left the cell phone towers upside down. Itâ€™s a country of rubble
connected through weak, broken strands of mobile phone network that seldom
She'll wait by the
telephone in the neighbouring town of Yalda, where armed fighters have agreed
upon a shaky reconciliation with the gove
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