A pile of ammunition soldiers captured from a militant smuggler at a desolate army outpost in Ithriya, Syria, April 2016. The government outpost is surrounded by hostile forces. The country has been at war for seven years now, which has left it divided between this tangle of armed groups and foreign sponsors.
A pile of ammunition soldiers captured from a militant smuggler at a desolate army outpost in Ithriya, Syria, April 2016. The government outpost is surrounded by hostile forces. The country has been at war for seven years now, which has left it divided between this tangle of armed groups and foreign sponsors. DECLAN WALSH New York Times
A pile of ammunition soldiers captured from a militant smuggler at a desolate army outpost in Ithriya, Syria, April 2016. The government outpost is surrounded by hostile forces. The country has been at war for seven years now, which has left it divided between this tangle of armed groups and foreign sponsors. DECLAN WALSH New York Times

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