Idlib is the last refuge for Syrians fleeing Assad -- and it is barely livable
The war in Syria has waged for almost nine years and claimed millions of lives. Northwest Idlib province is the last refuge for Syrians fleeing attacks by President Bashar al-Assad's regime. But the crowded, muddy refugee camps there offer little shelter or support, and to the north, Turkey's border is closed to those seeking better conditions. Nick Schifrin reports on Idlib's "fragile stability."
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