Syria: Displaced families in Idlib face harsh Ramadan

A halt in air strikes in Idlib means residents of the Syrian city are able to celebrate Ramadan free of fear.

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    A halt in air strikes in Idlib means residents of the Syrian city are able to celebrate Ramadan free of fear.

    But for newly displaced families there, there is little joy in the holy month.

    Al Jazeera’s Jamal Elshayyal reports.


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