How did three Danes end up being tortured in Lebanon?
The human cost of the Greek financial crisis
30 Oct 2013 08:32 GMT | Middle East
While many Syrians flee the violence, there are millions more inside the country in desperate need of help.
Aid agencies have been unable to get unhindered access to most areas but that has not stopped local community groups from stepping in.
In the suburbs of the capital Damascus, one local group is organising activities for children and giving them trauma counselling.
Al Jazeera spoke to Um Mohammad, one of the women working there.
Source: Al Jazeera
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