It has been four years now. Four years and the war is still on, war between the rebels and the government. Nobody is succeeding nor is anybody gaining control. Both have kept on their fight and when their own resources exhaust they seek help from out but they are adamant of not giving up. What happens in such a situation, the increasing violence only results in destruction and that is what has happened in Syria. The major cities of Syria are now reduced to shambles. More than 200 000 people have died and more than that were forced to flee from their homes. Every possible landmark, infrastructure has been destroyed. There are no more proper service centres left if somebody even requires them. More than 83% of Syria remains in darkness at night as there isn’t any infrastructure or availability of power sources left in Syria. Neither the government nor the rebels would take responsibility of the destruction of a city which was once full of life and hope. And yet the war is still on with no end in sight. Kiran Kidwai – International Desk, NMTV
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