Civilians scarred by trauma of Syrian war

Many are unable to find a safe haven and are stuck in what is essentially an open battlefield.

    There is a major battle taking place west of Aleppo near the city of al Atarib.

    An alliance of rebel brigades started an offensive on a government battalion known as Force 46 more than a week ago. But civilians are trapped, unable to find a safe haven and stuck in what is essentially an open battlefield.

    Our correspondent Andrew Simmons gained exclusive access to the fighters and a field hospital near al Atarib.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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