Syria: Living with war

Tens of thousands of people have died in Syria's two-year long civil war and hundreds of thousands more have fled their homes to escape the fighting.

In Damascus, I have been meeting some of those who have remained in the capital.

Lyse meets children who have been living with war for the past two years

Lyse Doucet Article written by Lyse Doucet Lyse Doucet Chief international correspondent

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