On the tenth anniversary of Syria’s civil war, it reaches a grim milestone this month. Back in 2011, the circumstance quickly degraded from local demonstrations to a full-scale war, leaving a destructive humanitarian crisis that persists a years later on. The conflict has left more than 380,000 people dead, ravaged cities and attracted other countries. Presently, nearly 12 million Syrians– half the pre-war population are displaced inside and outside Syria. In simply over a year, a recession, task losses due to the pandemic, and soaring food rates have actually weighed down on Syrians who have been displaced and tired of a years of dispute. So, what will it take to end the war, and any political solution in sight?
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