One man’s story reveals the full horror of Syria’s civil war

The stark contrast between moments of joy in everyday life and the violence that has been visited upon Syria’s people is explored in the story of Sami, one of the few who has escaped to a happier existence

30th August, 2020
One man’s story reveals the full horror of Syria’s civil war
Children in a rubbled street in Homs, Syria, the setting of Nour’s book which is a fictionalised version of a real story

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Stray Cats of Homs

By Eva Nour

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