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Syrians keep symbolic bus service on track

Desperate for normal life, Aleppo residents pitch in to assure beloved public service survives conflict.
Last Modified: 03 Mar 2013 14:41

After nearly two years of fighting, much of Syria's infrastructure has been destroyed.

Some Syrians are determined to get back to normal life, however, and are working to save their bus service, and its drivers, from the conflict.

Al Jazeera's Casey Kauffman reports from Aleppo, Syria.

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