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January 14, 2014 2:38 PM

On scene in Damascus: War devastates suburbs but skirts city’s center

Several miles south of the glitzy downtown boutiques and upscale eateries that serve the Damascus elite, regime troops besieging rebel-held suburbs keep watch from sandbagged balconies and holes in walls over a rubble-choked no-man’s land of ruined streets and bombed-out buildings.

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