Tag: Damascus

‘We don’t want to lose anymore”: Inside the complex peace process that helped Syrians find an end to the fighting

In war torn areas across Syria, a series of reconciliation deals overseen by the secret fixer of Damascus, Khaled al Ahmad, has given residents a respite from the bloodshed.

By Rania Khalek

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As US regime-change operation in Syria fails, war-weary residents of Damascus struggle to survive

A report from inside Syria’s capital Damascus, battered by Western sanctions and filled with the internally displaced.

By Rania Khalek / AlterNet

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