Antakya, Asharq Al-Awsat—On the first day, the protests were small and spontaneous: two hundred people led down the main street by a man with a microphone. On the second day, they were bigger, and they circled the town center attracting curious crowds of onlookers...
Antakya, Asharq Al-Awsat—Mahmmad’s place is easy to miss. Tucked between the fashion stores and jewellery shops in the belly of Antakya’s old souk, its meter-wide opening is draped in wares that blend into the shadows behind. Khaki combat trousers and camouflage...
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