Middle East

Syria's Aleppo divided by frontlines

As conflict enters third year, civilians risk lives moving between rebel- and government-controlled areas.
Last Modified: 15 Mar 2013 09:57

The war in Syria has entered its third year with no end in sight.

The violence has not only divided the country but sectioned off cities into territories held by the government and rebels.

The conflict has made daily tasks for civilians a life-and-death situation where the frontlines of war can, at any time, be just around the corner.

Al Jazeera's Zeina Khodr reports from Aleppo.


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