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Hope for a better future in Syria: Reflections from a Canadian in Eastern Ghouta
Apr 25, 2018

The people of Eastern Ghouta have had to endure weeks, months and even years of fighting.
I had the opportunity to visit two of the camps that are now hosting thousands of people who are not only hungry and in many cases sick, but also tired. Tired of living in conflict. Tired of not being able to live a normal life.

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