Ukrainians have been living, suffering and dying under withering Russian air, artillery and missile strikes. Their plight and resistance are perhaps nowhere better understood than in Syria’s Idlib province. There, Syrians who oppose president Bashar al-Assad are in their 11th year of resistance against him and his closest ally Vladimir Putin. Abdul Razzak el-Shami and Ali Rogin report.
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