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Syria’s deadly conflict
More than 60,000 people have died in Syria’s uprising and civil war, according to the United Nations (UN), in a struggle that shows no signs of ending.
Thu, Jan 03 2013. 06 22 PM IST
A Syrian flag flutters outside a military barrack in the devastated Baba Amr neighbourhood of Homs, Syria on 2 May 2012. Photos: AFP
Syrians gather in Damascus’s Umawiyin Sqare on the first anniversary of the anti-Assad revolt on 15 March 2012.
Syrian rebels of the Halab al-Shabah battalion under Al-Tawhid brigade take position during clashes with regime forces in Al-Amariya district, Aleppo on 13 November 2012.
A woman reacts as she holds her daughter during an air strike by Syrian air force near her house in the Ahad neighbourhood of Aleppo on 13 September 2012.
Syrian government forces run for cover during clashes with rebel fighters at Karam al-Jabal neighbourhood of Aleppo on 11 October 2012.
Protesters burn tires and waving independence flags during an anti-regime demonstration in the Daraya, Damascus on 4 February 2012.
Body of a Syrian child is pulled from rubble after an aerial bombardment from government forces in the Ahad neighbourhood of Aleppo on 11 September 2012.
On on 9 June 2012, Syrians carry the coffins of people who were allegedly killed during an offensive by government troops in Daraa.
A Syrian boy holds a toy gun in Atareb, Syria.