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  • Nightline Covers Syria War

    ABC News' Alex Marquardt and "Nightline" producer Bartley Price recently went inside Syria, a nation being ripped apart by civil war, to report on the rebellion and how villagers are coping. Out of the rubble of Atareb, a small village near the Turkish border, came Zalloukh Mohammed. She said she refuses to leave her home, despite not knowing where her family went.
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  • Nightline Covers Syria War

    Pictured here is Nofal and his 7-year-old daughter Tassnim. Nofal said he and two of his brothers have joined the rebel army, while his third brother remains loyal to the beleaguered Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
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  • Nightline Covers Syria War

    Walking through the streets of this village, life, at first, appears normal.
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  • Nightline Covers Syria War

    Here, like everywhere else around the world, kids will be kids.
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  • Nightline Covers Syria War

    Smiling, this young boy held up two fingers to show a "V," the universal sign for victory.
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  • Nightline Covers Syria War

    But it's not long before signs of conflict surface. Farmer Kayes Mahmoud is shown here carrying his 2-year-old niece Amina. He said regime forces executed his brother and burned down his house.
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  • Nightline Covers Syria War

    Adbellatif al Hamoud and his wife, Sabriya, are parents to 15 children, but said three of their sons were killed while flight with the rebels.
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  • Nightline Covers Syria War

    This man named Mohamed was held and tortured for four days by government police, he said, for simply being from a pro-rebel town.
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  • Nightline Covers Syria War

    Here, fighters for the Free Syrian Army waited their turn to head to the front lines.
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  • Nightline Covers Syria War

    Ali, a volunteer with the "Martyrs of Freedom" brigade and former deserter from the Syrian government army, waited eagerly in line to hear if he is going into fight for Aleppo.
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  • Nightline Covers Syria War

    ABC News' Alex Marquardt shonw here leaving Syria and crossing the border back into Turkey. "Traveling the country it becomes clear that Syria is becoming more chaotic, making the question of who would take over after Assad all the more complicated and possibly more dangerous," he said.
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