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This Week in Syria, Deeply

This Week in Syria, Deeply

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4/22/13 12:38 PMThis Week in Syria, DeeplyPage 1 of 2http://us5.campaign-archive1.com/?u=8b78e9a34ff7443ec1e8c62c6&id=ac2bb613f9&e=821d467fa8
This Week in Syria, Deeply
Dear Deeply Readers
, This week our Mohammed Sergie, reporting from Syria, chronicled the case of Poison Gas That Killed a Family in Aleppo Province, in an apparent chemical weapons attack.Photojournalist Bradley Secker gave us a look at how the Orontes River has become asmuggling route to Turkey,Come Hell or High Water .  Our series on Syrian arts and culture launched with a piece onThe Destruction of al-Agha Restaurant, in a Christian neighborhood of Homs. One of our Syrian contributors, whogoes by the pen name Abu Hatem, told his story of the culinary landmark, before it wasreduced to rubble in Syria’s war. Karen Leigh spent timeTalking with Diane Foley, mother of American journalist JamesFoley, who went missing in Syria five months ago. We profiled another kind of journalist,ar from the frontlines but deep in the battle, in a look atThe Man Behind Brown Moses, one of the most popular blogs chronicling the war and the weapons turning up onYouTube. Blogger Amal Hanano translated a stirring piece onThe Hallucinations of War , in which a young man makes a love story of his embattled surroundings. “Love is mightier than war 
you are mightier than war,” he tells his intended. Our cross-post with For eign PolicyMagazine looked at howThe Town of Kafr Anbel Offered Boston Its Sympathy, while Dina Shahrokhi of the Baker Institute reflected once more onThe Syria I Knew: 115 SYD to the Dollar, But Not Giving Up As always, to help you review, here’s our day-by-day roundup of Syria headlines thisweek:
Monday:
 Assad’s Forces Break Rebel Blockade in North Syria;Hezbollah-Backed ShiitesFight in Syria

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