Syria’s last opposition stronghold under threat

Looming government offensive to retake Idlib province means many civilians who have sought refuge there will have nowhere to go.

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    Idlib province has become somewhat of a refuge for rebel fighters and their families forced to leave other parts of Syria after the government re-took them.

    It is the last significant territory under opposition control - and the looming government offensive means there will be no place left for these men to go.

     

    Al Jazeera’s Stefanie Dekker reports from the Turkey Syria border.


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