Ten days after more than 100,000 people fled a Syrian government bombardment of two towns in north Hama county, the Free Syrian Army's Farouk Brigade obtained a trucked of small tents to distribute to people still living in the open or in caves near al Sahriah
Ten days after more than 100,000 people fled a Syrian government bombardment of two towns in north Hama county, the Free Syrian Army's Farouk Brigade obtained a trucked of small tents to distribute to people still living in the open or in caves near al Sahriah MCT
Ten days after more than 100,000 people fled a Syrian government bombardment of two towns in north Hama county, the Free Syrian Army's Farouk Brigade obtained a trucked of small tents to distribute to people still living in the open or in caves near al Sahriah MCT

Syrian government offensive forces thousands to find shelter in caves, cars

February 01, 2013 6:32 PM

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