Photographers talk: Eyes on Syria’s shattered lives – Stanley Greene

“Stanley Greene worked in Jabal al-Zawiya in northwest Syria in March and in Aleppo in April. There he found a war that had pushed people almost beyond the limits of sanity. Civilians, including mothers and children, were forced into hiding, even inside tombs, hunting for scraps of food and targeted by snipers when they dared to emerge.

Others fled the country, with more certain to follow, Greene said. Over 2 million Syrians have already sought refuge in neighbouring states.”

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Interview and filming: Claudine Boeglin
Multimedia producer: Mariagrazia Petito Di Leo
Design: Ye Li