DOUMA (Syria) • There is nowhere to hide, say residents of a besieged enclave of satellite towns and farms just outside Damascus.
"Every day goes like this: Bombings, then I clean the house from the effect of the nearby shelling, then we hide in one room, attempting to survive or die together," said former teacher Nisma al-Hatri.
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