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From Syria, an Atlas of a Country in Ruins
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Date : 12/03/2015                      Reader : 98

H.D.A: FOUR YEARS PASSED OF MASS KILLING IN SYRIA BY TYRANIC BARBARIC REGIME OF ASSAD THAT CONTINUES FOR MORE THAN HALF CENTURY GRACE OF WESTERN SUPPORT TO PLEASE ISRAEL IN ALLIANCE WITH IRAN,HESBOLLAH,RUSSIA,AND IRAQ SHIITES!! !!WESTERNS ENJOY KILLING OF SYRIAN CIVILIANS BEING SUNNIS!!EVEN UN KEEPS MOUTH SHUT INSPITE OF ITS DUTIES TO PROTECT CIVILIANS,BUT STIL THOSE VICTIMS ARE SUNNIS!!GRAPHIC DESCRIBES SYRIA ,AN ATLAS OF A COUNTRY IN RUINS!!UN,US,EU CLOSE EES TOWARDS ATROCITIES IN SYRIA!!MORE THAN 4 MILLION REFUGEES LIVE DRAMATIC LIFE DEPRIVED FROM ALL OBLIGED TO EAT CATS IN SYRIAN CAMP!!

 

nytimes      12-3-2015

 

From Syria, an Atlas of a Country in Ruins

 

Recent satellite image analysis by Unitar-Unosat, an agency of the United Nations, reveals vast devastation in cities across Syria from the civil war that started nearly four years ago. The four cities below are among those analyzed by the agency, which examined images taken before and during the conflict.

 

The predominantly Kurdish town of Kobani is devastated after months under siege by Islamist forces and airstrikes by a United States-led coalition.

 

Kobani
This small town on the border with Turkey was under siege for months as Islamic State fighters and Kurdish forces battled for control. Most of the residents fled to refugee camps in Turkey. The militants were finally pushed out in late January by Kurdish fighters with the help of American-led airstrikes.

 

Aleppo
Syria’s largest city was home to more than two million people before the war. Now most of its residents have left, and the city is divided between pro-government forces and rebels. The city center is one of the main fronts. An analysis of 210 sites in the city’s old quarters concluded that about half were damaged and one-fifth were destroyed.

 

Homs
After months under siege by government forces and facing starvation, most of the rebels agreed last May to a negotiated withdrawal from the city. Some are still fighting in the more heavily populated Waer neighborhood. The city’s old quarters were severely damaged.

 

 

Deir al-Zour
The Islamic State now holds most of the city. In December, the Islamists began an offensive to take the airport, which had been used by pro-government forces to launch airstrikes in the region. Airstrikes by the American-led coalition against the Islamic State also hit targets near the city.

 

 


 
 
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