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Families bused out of chemical attack city CNN It began with the arrests of a handful of children in Since then, it's exploded into the biggest humanitarian crisis since the Second World War.
Syria's civil war has left more thanpeople dead and forced How did it come to this? Explore the events that have shaped the crisis since It all starts with graffiti Photos: Syria's civil war, in pictures Displaced Syrian residents wait to receive food aid distributed by the UN Relief and Works Agency at the besieged al-Yarmouk camp, south of Damascus, Syria, on January 31, According to the UN Envoy for Syria, an estimatedSyrians have been killed since an uprising in March spiraled into civil war.
See how the conflict has unfolded. Syria's civil war, in pictures Hide Caption 2 of 52 Photos: Syria's civil war, in pictures An injured man lying in the back of a vehicle is rushed to a hospital in Daraa, Syria, on March 23, Violence flared in Daraa after a group of teens and children were arrested for writing political graffiti.
Dozens of people were killed when security forces cracked down on demonstrations. Hide Caption 3 of 52 Photos: Syria's civil war, in pictures Anti-government protesters demonstrate in Daraa on March 23, In response to continuing protests, the Syrian government announced several plans to appease citizens.
Hide Caption 4 of 52 Photos: Syria's civil war, in pictures Syrian children walk over bricks stored for road repairs during a spontaneous protest June 15,at a refugee camp near the Syrian border in Yayladagi, Turkey. Hide Caption 5 of 52 Photos: Syria's civil war, in pictures Jamal al-Wadi speaks in Istanbul on September 15,after an alignment of Syrian opposition leaders announced the creation of a Syrian National Council -- their bid to present a united front against Bashar al-Assad's regime and establish a democratic system.
Hide Caption 6 of 52 Photos: Syria's civil war, in pictures Delegates from Arab League member states and Turkey discuss a response to the government's crackdown in Syria on November 16, title details and video sharing options.
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