In Syria, the earthquake brutalized a community that has already suffered more than a decade of war. Rebel-held provinces in the country’s northwest now face a double disaster: the deadly quake and little to no outside help. Special correspondent Jane Ferguson and video journalist Jorgen Samso traveled to Afrin in Syria’s Aleppo province where they found heartache but also stories of resilience.
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