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Searching for Safety in Syria
Abdulkafi Alhamdo is a Syrian man who moved his family out of the city of Aleppo a little over a year ago to escape the violence of the Syrian Civil War. These days, they're living near the city of Idlib where they are hoping to live in peace. But after recent bombings in the area, days and nights are once again filled with dread. Hear the story of one family trying to stay safe from the war.

Wed, Jan 17, 2018 -- 3:00am


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