Thousands in Homs homeless after bombardment

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

    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.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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