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Aleppo is liberated but the carnage of Syria’s conflict continues

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Published: 7 October 2017

Last updated: 4 March 2024

Residents of the city return to take stock of the devastation, as the war suffers its bloodiest month of the year

Return to Aleppo: 'I never expected such destruction' (Middle-East Eye)
Many families who fled war are returning to formerly rebel-held eastern Aleppo to find homes, schools, mosques and churches in ruins

September was Syria's bloodiest month this year - but who cares? (Haaretz)
Last month, 3,055 people were killed in Syria – at least a third of them civilians, among them 207 children. The war's far from over and the world stopped caring


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