SYRIA: THE LONE FAMILY, LIFE IN A SYRIAN GHOST TOWN (2013) (17/25)

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In this Thursday, Oct. 03, 2013 photo, a grandaughter of MOHAMMED AHMED KALE (not pictured) reacts by the buzz of stray bullets upper the air as she dries water from the roof of her family house in Kafr Lata, a ghost village in a top of a mountain subdued under heavy shelling and bormbardments due the fighting between opposition fighters and government forces in the Idlib province countryside of Syria. Mohammed's whole family, included his six sons with their families and four daughters, is one of two families, that refuse to leave the village despite the heavy bombardments as four of his sons fight at the frontline situated one km from home. (AP
In this Thursday, Oct. 03, 2013 photo, a grandaughter of MOHAMMED AHMED KALE (not pictured) reacts by the buzz of stray bullets upper the air as she dries water from the roof of her family house in Kafr Lata, a ghost village in a top of a mountain subdued under heavy shelling and bormbardments due the fighting between opposition fighters and government forces in the Idlib province countryside of Syria. Mohammed's whole family, included his six sons with their families and four daughters, is...
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