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Thousands in Homs homeless after bombardment

Many are desperately looking for shelter after Syrian army's bombardment destroys homes western city.

Last Modified: 16 Jul 2013 15:23
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After three weeks of bombardment and siege by the Syrian army, many are still stuck in Homs.

Thousands have been left homeless after extensive destruction, roaming aimlessly in search of a roof that still stands.

Meanwhile, activists say at least seven people have been killed, and dozens more injured when military jets bombarded a village in Idlib province.

Al Jazeera's Mohamed Vall reports.

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