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Syria, Maghar Al Mir village, Qatana District (Rural Damascus Governorate), 29 December 2017  Maghar al-Mir is a Syrian village in the Qatana District of the Rural Damascus Governorate. According to the Syria Central Bureau of Statistics, Maghar al-Mir had a population of 588 in the 2004 census. In 2013 it was attacked by Nosra Front coming from nearby towns of Beit Jan and Mazra’at beit Jan. Its population fled the village to neighboring villages in Hermon Mountain, since then the villages of Beit Jan, Mazra’at Beit Jan and Mughar Al Mir weren’t accessible until 28 Dec 2017 when Nosra Front was defeated after 120 days of intensive fight with Syrian Army, and surrendered to Syrian army.   In the Photo: Destruction in Maghar al-Mir, a Syrian village in the Qatana District of the Rural Damascus Governorate.  Photo: WFP/Hussam Al Saleh
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Syria, Maghar Al Mir village, Qatana District (Rural Damascus Governorate), 29 December 2017  Maghar al-Mir is a Syrian village in the Qatana District of the Rural Damascus Governorate. According to the Syria Central Bureau of Statistics, Maghar al-Mir had a population of 588 in the 2004 census. In 2013 it was attacked by Nosra Front coming from nearby towns of Beit Jan and Mazra’at beit Jan. Its population fled the village to neighboring villages in Hermon Mountain, since then the villages of Beit Jan, Mazra’at Beit Jan and Mughar Al Mir weren’t accessible until 28 Dec 2017 when Nosra Front was defeated after 120 days of intensive fight with Syrian Army, and surrendered to Syrian army.   In the Photo: Destruction in Maghar al-Mir, a Syrian village in the Qatana District of the Rural Damascus Governorate.  Photo: WFP/Hussam Al Saleh
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Syria, Maghar Al Mir village, Qatana District (Rural Damascus Governorate), 29 December 2017  Maghar al-Mir is a Syrian village in the Qatana District of the Rural Damascus Governorate. According to the Syria Central Bureau of Statistics, Maghar al-Mir had a population of 588 in the 2004 census. In 2013 it was attacked by Nosra Front coming from nearby towns of Beit Jan and Mazra’at beit Jan. Its population fled the village to neighboring villages in Hermon Mountain, since then the villages of Beit Jan, Mazra’at Beit Jan and Mughar Al Mir weren’t accessible until 28 Dec 2017 when Nosra Front was defeated after 120 days of intensive fight with Syrian Army, and surrendered to Syrian army.   In the Photo: Destruction in Maghar al-Mir, a Syrian village in the Qatana District of the Rural Damascus Governorate.  Photo: WFP/Hussam Al Saleh
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Syria, Maghar Al Mir village, Qatana District (Rural Damascus Governorate), 29 December 2017  Maghar al-Mir is a Syrian village in the Qatana District of the Rural Damascus Governorate. According to the Syria Central Bureau of Statistics, Maghar al-Mir had a population of 588 in the 2004 census. In 2013 it was attacked by Nosra Front coming from nearby towns of Beit Jan and Mazra’at beit Jan. Its population fled the village to neighboring villages in Hermon Mountain, since then the villages of Beit Jan, Mazra’at Beit Jan and Mughar Al Mir weren’t accessible until 28 Dec 2017 when Nosra Front was defeated after 120 days of intensive fight with Syrian Army, and surrendered to Syrian army.   In the Photo: Destruction in Maghar al-Mir, a Syrian village in the Qatana District of the Rural Damascus Governorate.  Photo: WFP/Hussam Al Saleh
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Syria, Maghar Al Mir village, Qatana District (Rural Damascus Governorate), 29 December 2017  Maghar al-Mir is a Syrian village in the Qatana District of the Rural Damascus Governorate. According to the Syria Central Bureau of Statistics, Maghar al-Mir had a population of 588 in the 2004 census. In 2013 it was attacked by Nosra Front coming from nearby towns of Beit Jan and Mazra’at beit Jan. Its population fled the village to neighboring villages in Hermon Mountain, since then the villages of Beit Jan, Mazra’at Beit Jan and Mughar Al Mir weren’t accessible until 28 Dec 2017 when Nosra Front was defeated after 120 days of intensive fight with Syrian Army, and surrendered to Syrian army.   In the Photo: Destruction in Maghar al-Mir, a Syrian village in the Qatana District of the Rural Damascus Governorate.  Photo: WFP/Hussam Al Saleh
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Syria, Maghar Al Mir village, Qatana District (Rural Damascus Governorate), 29 December 2017  Maghar al-Mir is a Syrian village in the Qatana District of the Rural Damascus Governorate. According to the Syria Central Bureau of Statistics, Maghar al-Mir had a population of 588 in the 2004 census. In 2013 it was attacked by Nosra Front coming from nearby towns of Beit Jan and Mazra’at beit Jan. Its population fled the village to neighboring villages in Hermon Mountain, since then the villages of Beit Jan, Mazra’at Beit Jan and Mughar Al Mir weren’t accessible until 28 Dec 2017 when Nosra Front was defeated after 120 days of intensive fight with Syrian Army, and surrendered to Syrian army.   In the Photo: Destruction in Maghar al-Mir, a Syrian village in the Qatana District of the Rural Damascus Governorate.  Photo: WFP/Hussam Al Saleh
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Syria, Maghar Al Mir village, Qatana District (Rural Damascus Governorate), 29 December 2017  Maghar al-Mir is a Syrian village in the Qatana District of the Rural Damascus Governorate. According to the Syria Central Bureau of Statistics, Maghar al-Mir had a population of 588 in the 2004 census. In 2013 it was attacked by Nosra Front coming from nearby towns of Beit Jan and Mazra’at beit Jan. Its population fled the village to neighboring villages in Hermon Mountain, since then the villages of Beit Jan, Mazra’at Beit Jan and Mughar Al Mir weren’t accessible until 28 Dec 2017 when Nosra Front was defeated after 120 days of intensive fight with Syrian Army, and surrendered to Syrian army.   In the Photo: Destruction in Maghar al-Mir, a Syrian village in the Qatana District of the Rural Damascus Governorate.  Photo: WFP/Hussam Al Saleh
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Syria, Maghar Al Mir village, Qatana District (Rural Damascus Governorate), 29 December 2017  Maghar al-Mir is a Syrian village in the Qatana District of the Rural Damascus Governorate. According to the Syria Central Bureau of Statistics, Maghar al-Mir had a population of 588 in the 2004 census. In 2013 it was attacked by Nosra Front coming from nearby towns of Beit Jan and Mazra’at beit Jan. Its population fled the village to neighboring villages in Hermon Mountain, since then the villages of Beit Jan, Mazra’at Beit Jan and Mughar Al Mir weren’t accessible until 28 Dec 2017 when Nosra Front was defeated after 120 days of intensive fight with Syrian Army, and surrendered to Syrian army.   In the Photo: Destruction in Maghar al-Mir, a Syrian village in the Qatana District of the Rural Damascus Governorate.  Photo: WFP/Hussam Al Saleh
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Syria, Atel, As-Sweida governorate. 5 December 2017.  As-Sweida governorate is 94 km south of Damascus city. WFP is implementing activities that aim to promote and restore livelihoods and food security with a long-term resilience-building goal.   In the Photo: Jakob Kern, representative and country director of WFP in Syria, visits a kitchen gardens project in As-Sweida governorate.  Photo: WFP/Hussam Al Saleh.
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Syria, Atel, As-Sweida governorate. 5 December 2017.  As-Sweida governorate is 94 km south of Damascus city. WFP is implementing activities that aim to promote and restore livelihoods and food security with a long-term resilience-building goal.   In the Photo: Jakob Kern, representative and country director of WFP in Syria, visits a kitchen gardens project in As-Sweida governorate.  Photo: WFP/Hussam Al Saleh.
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Syria, Atel, As-Sweida governorate. 5 December 2017.  As-Sweida governorate is 94 km south of Damascus city. WFP is implementing activities that aim to promote and restore livelihoods and food security with a long-term resilience-building goal.   In the Photo: Jakob Kern, representative and country director of WFP in Syria, visits a kitchen gardens project in As-Sweida governorate.  Photo: WFP/Hussam Al Saleh.
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Syria, Atel, As-Sweida governorate. 5 December 2017.  As-Sweida governorate is 94 km south of Damascus city. WFP is implementing activities that aim to promote and restore livelihoods and food security with a long-term resilience-building goal.   In the Photo: Jakob Kern, representative and country director of WFP in Syria, visits a kitchen gardens project in As-Sweida governorate.  Photo: WFP/Hussam Al Saleh.
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Syria, Atel, As-Sweida governorate. 5 December 2017.  As-Sweida governorate is 94 km south of Damascus city. WFP is implementing activities that aim to promote and restore livelihoods and food security with a long-term resilience-building goal.   In the Photo: Jakob Kern, representative and country director of WFP in Syria, visits a kitchen gardens project in As-Sweida governorate.  Photo: WFP/Hussam Al Saleh.
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Syria, Atel, As-Sweida governorate. 5 December 2017.  As-Sweida governorate is 94 km south of Damascus city. WFP is implementing activities that aim to promote and restore livelihoods and food security with a long-term resilience-building goal.   In the Photo: Jakob Kern, representative and country director of WFP in Syria, visits a kitchen gardens project in As-Sweida governorate.  Photo: WFP/Hussam Al Saleh.
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Syria, Atel, As-Sweida governorate. 5 December 2017.  As-Sweida governorate is 94 km south of Damascus city. WFP is implementing activities that aim to promote and restore livelihoods and food security with a long-term resilience-building goal.   In the Photo: Jakob Kern, representative and country director of WFP in Syria, visits a kitchen gardens project in As-Sweida governorate.  Photo: WFP/Hussam Al Saleh.
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Syria, Atel, As-Sweida governorate. 5 December 2017.  As-Sweida governorate is 94 km south of Damascus city. WFP is implementing activities that aim to promote and restore livelihoods and food security with a long-term resilience-building goal.   In the Photo: Jakob Kern, representative and country director of WFP in Syria, visits a kitchen gardens project in As-Sweida governorate.  Photo: WFP/Hussam Al Saleh.
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Syria, Atel, As-Sweida governorate. 5 December 2017.  As-Sweida governorate is 94 km south of Damascus city. WFP is implementing activities that aim to promote and restore livelihoods and food security with a long-term resilience-building goal.   In the Photo: Jakob Kern, representative and country director of WFP in Syria, visits a kitchen gardens project in As-Sweida governorate.  Photo: WFP/Hussam Al Saleh.
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Syria, Atel, As-Sweida governorate. 5 December 2017.  As-Sweida governorate is 94 km south of Damascus city. WFP is implementing activities that aim to promote and restore livelihoods and food security with a long-term resilience-building goal.   In the Photo: Jakob Kern, representative and country director of WFP in Syria, visits a kitchen gardens project in As-Sweida governorate.  Photo: WFP/Hussam Al Saleh.
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Syria, Atel, As-Sweida governorate. 5 December 2017.  As-Sweida governorate is 94 km south of Damascus city. WFP is implementing activities that aim to promote and restore livelihoods and food security with a long-term resilience-building goal.   In the Photo: Jakob Kern, representative and country director of WFP in Syria, visits a kitchen gardens project in As-Sweida governorate.  Photo: WFP/Hussam Al Saleh.
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Syria, Atel, As-Sweida governorate. 5 December 2017.  As-Sweida governorate is 94 km south of Damascus city. WFP is implementing activities that aim to promote and restore livelihoods and food security with a long-term resilience-building goal.   In the Photo: Jakob Kern, representative and country director of WFP in Syria, visits a kitchen gardens project in As-Sweida governorate.  Photo: WFP/Hussam Al Saleh.
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Syria, As-Sweida governorate. 5 December 2017.  As-Sweida governorate is 94 km south of Damascus city. WFP provides emergency food assistance to vulnerable and conflict-affected Syrians through its food distribution programme in all 14 Syrian governorates, subject to access availability. Under this programme, up to 4.5 million people receive assistance from WFP each month with food rations consisting of, amongst others, rice, bulgur wheat, pasta, dried beans and pulses, providing 1,700 kcal per day for one month.  In the Photo: Jakob Kern, representative and country director of WFP in Syria, visits a food processing unit in As-Sweida governorate.  Photo: WFP/Hussam Al Saleh.
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Syria, As-Sweida governorate. 5 December 2017.  As-Sweida governorate is 94 km south of Damascus city. WFP provides emergency food assistance to vulnerable and conflict-affected Syrians through its food distribution programme in all 14 Syrian governorates, subject to access availability. Under this programme, up to 4.5 million people receive assistance from WFP each month with food rations consisting of, amongst others, rice, bulgur wheat, pasta, dried beans and pulses, providing 1,700 kcal per day for one month.  In the Photo: Jakob Kern, representative and country director of WFP in Syria, visits a food processing unit in As-Sweida governorate.  Photo: WFP/Hussam Al Saleh.
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Syria, As-Sweida governorate. 5 December 2017.  As-Sweida governorate is 94 km south of Damascus city. WFP provides emergency food assistance to vulnerable and conflict-affected Syrians through its food distribution programme in all 14 Syrian governorates, subject to access availability. Under this programme, up to 4.5 million people receive assistance from WFP each month with food rations consisting of, amongst others, rice, bulgur wheat, pasta, dried beans and pulses, providing 1,700 kcal per day for one month.  In the Photo: Jakob Kern, representative and country director of WFP in Syria, visits a food processing unit in As-Sweida governorate.  Photo: WFP/Hussam Al Saleh.
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Syria, As-Sweida governorate. 5 December 2017.  As-Sweida governorate is 94 km south of Damascus city. WFP provides emergency food assistance to vulnerable and conflict-affected Syrians through its food distribution programme in all 14 Syrian governorates, subject to access availability. Under this programme, up to 4.5 million people receive assistance from WFP each month with food rations consisting of, amongst others, rice, bulgur wheat, pasta, dried beans and pulses, providing 1,700 kcal per day for one month.  In the Photo: Jakob Kern, representative and country director of WFP in Syria, visits a food processing unit in As-Sweida governorate.  Photo: WFP/Hussam Al Saleh.
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Syria, As-Sweida governorate. 5 December 2017.  As-Sweida governorate is 94 km south of Damascus city. WFP provides emergency food assistance to vulnerable and conflict-affected Syrians through its food distribution programme in all 14 Syrian governorates, subject to access availability. Under this programme, up to 4.5 million people receive assistance from WFP each month with food rations consisting of, amongst others, rice, bulgur wheat, pasta, dried beans and pulses, providing 1,700 kcal per day for one month.  In the Photo: Jakob Kern, representative and country director of WFP in Syria, visits a food processing unit in As-Sweida governorate.  Photo: WFP/Hussam Al Saleh.
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