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Internally displaced people in Syria: the dream of returning home


Idlib (Syria), Jun 21 (EFE / EPA), (Camera: Yahya Nemah).- Abu Nazir al-Shami, 28, fled to Idlib from Damascus due to the war.Before the conflict, al-Shami's family also ran a well-known restaurant in Damascus.FOOTAGE OF ABU NAZIR AL-SHAMI, WHO CURRENTLY WORKS IN A RESTAURANT IN IDLIB.

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