A half-burned image of Christ is placed next to a wall at a Greek Orthodox church in Maaloula, Syria, on Thursday, March 3, 2016. Maaloula, an ancient Christian town 40 miles northeast of Damascus, changed hands several times in the war. Its historic churches pillaged by jihadis and buildings riddled with shrapnel reflect fierce fighting that devastated the town two years ago.
A half-burned image of Christ is placed next to a wall at a Greek Orthodox church in Maaloula, Syria, on Thursday, March 3, 2016. Maaloula, an ancient Christian town 40 miles northeast of Damascus, changed hands several times in the war. Its historic churches pillaged by jihadis and buildings riddled with shrapnel reflect fierce fighting that devastated the town two years ago. Pavel Golovkin AP
A half-burned image of Christ is placed next to a wall at a Greek Orthodox church in Maaloula, Syria, on Thursday, March 3, 2016. Maaloula, an ancient Christian town 40 miles northeast of Damascus, changed hands several times in the war. Its historic churches pillaged by jihadis and buildings riddled with shrapnel reflect fierce fighting that devastated the town two years ago. Pavel Golovkin AP

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