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Workers continue to face devastation in Syria

The war in Syria shows no signs of abating as new players and new battle fronts open up in a competition among regional players to increase their influence. At the border with Turkey, the battle for the Afrin region continues to rage, in the neighbouring province of Idlib constant bombardments have led to new rebel alliances, while in eastern Ghouta district hundreds of people are being massacred under constant bombardment. The continuation of war into an 8th year is a disaster for working class communities in Syria, though defiance and resistance by civilians still occurs.

 

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