Friday, August 10, 2012

Syrians struggle with fuel and food shortage

Many people are still trapped as the fighting continues in Syria. Fuel shortage is now one of the biggest problems, all gas stations are closed, furthermore, it is difficult to travel between towns because the road between them is cut by Bashar al-Assad's forces. Mahmoud Hababi, a resident, said:"Business is dead I only earn 150 Syrian pounds a day and that's from working early morning until night Only 2 US dollars a day." Al Jazeeras Andrew Simmons reports exclusively from Ad Dana, in northern Syria.

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