Middle East
Syrians worry about shortages and reprisals
Many civilians in besieged cities, including those under rebel control, endure long queues for bread.
Last Modified: 08 Aug 2012 20:56

Many Syrian civilians remain trapped in besieged cities, including those under rebel control.

Their biggest fear is what will happen should the Syrian army retake their cities.

Al Jazeera's Andrew Simmons has this exclusive report from the town of Al Dana, near Aleppo, in northern Syria.


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