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[GOOD FOOTAGE BUT INTERVIEW IS IN FRENCH]
In the heart of Aleppo deserted end of October. Free Syrian Army fighters will deliver a war of position against troops of Bashar Al-Assad. In
the Bustan Al-Bacha district, a few civilians who are still on-site
shall pass through Dar Al-Ajazi avenue to flee the fighting. But the axis has become the hunting ground of the snipers.
Photographer Jérôme Sessini filmed these fights using a small camera attached to her bust. He tells.
Interview by Antonin Sabot and Marie Sumalla
Translation of the interview.
"One of the great danger In Aleppo is just to move with fighters. You
can't move alone. First of all, the great danger are snipers and the
front lines are very moving, a neighborhood under FSA's control one day
can be retaken by ASA on the night and if you're not aware, you can
come upon Syrian soldiers and get killed or arrest
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