Frederik Pleitgen

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Ali was clearing debris from a room that used to be part of a hospital. The ceasefire in Aleppo was still tentatively holding, and the 12-year-old boy was taking advantage of a lull in the fighting to carve out a new place to live. Shihan, a government-held area, used to be right on the front line; now, after years of fighting, it lies in ruins. Displaced people were moving into the bombed-out ruins.

“We need to clear this room and the room next door, because this is going to be our new home,” Ali told me.

A few days later, however, and the war was back on.…  Seguir leyendo »