epa08887719 People walk at Al-Yarmouk refugee camp near Damascus, Syria, 16 December 2020. The camp used to be the largest refugee camp in Syria with a population of more than one million people including 300,000 Palestinians. The camp was recaptured by the Syrian army in 2017, five years after it was taken by rebels and fighting forced residents to flee. More than 470 families have returned to the camp so far, while some streets have been rehabilitated and electricity has been restored to them and to some houses. EPA/YOUSSEF BADAWI
Die wirtschaftliche Not im Land ist gross.
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A Syrian displaced man and his son ride a motorcycle, as they drive between the tents at a refugee camp, in Bar Elias, in eastern Lebanon's Bekaa valley, Friday, March 5, 2021. Syria has been mired in civil war since 2011, after Syrians rose up against President Bashar Assad amid a wave of Arab Spring uprisings. Nearly ten years later, millions of displaced Syrians unlikely to return in the foreseeable future, even as they face deteriorating living conditions abroad. The Syrian conflict has resulted in the largest displacement crisis since World War II. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)
Syrische Flüchtlinge in einem Lager im östlichen Libanon: Wann sie zurückkehren können, ist weiterhin ungewiss.
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epa09061911 Syrians wearing masks are seen walking on one of the streets of Damascus, Syria, on 8 March 2021. The Presidency of the Syrian Arab Republic has announced that President Bashar al-Assad and Mrs. Asma al-Assad are infected with the coronavirus, and they are in a good health and in a stable condition. News published on the PresidencyâÄ™s page on Facebook and Telegram mentioned that after feeling mild symptoms similar to those of infection with Covid-19 virus, al-Assad and his wife conducted a PCR test, and the result showed that they are infected with the virus. The presidency said that they will continue their work during their home quarantine period, which will last for two or three weeks. EPA/YOUSSEF BADAWI
Leute auf der Strasse in der Hauptstadt Damaskus.
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epa05224302 A handout picture made available on 21 March 2016 by the Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) shows Syrian President Bashar al-Assad (R) and his wife Asma al-Assad during a meeting with a number of injured army personnel and their mothers on the occasion of Mother's Day in Damascus, Syria, 18 March 2016. At least 39 people were killed and 60 wounded after unidentified fighter jets bombed the northeastern Syrian city of al-Raqqa, the main stronghold of the Islamic State, or IS, in the Arab country, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, or SOHR, reported 19 March 2016. EPA/SANA / HANDOUT HANDOUT EDITORIAL USE ONLY/NO SALES
Präsident Baschar al-Assad und seine Frau Asma haben sich kürzlich mit dem Coronavirus angesteckt. (Archivbild von 2016)
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