14 Sep 2012 10:00
The northernmost town of Azaz in Syria, is both a gateway and border point for refugees, fighters and supplies coming in and out of Syria, and a small town that tells a horrific story. On the 15th August 2012 the town was shelled by regime forces, leaving 50 dead. This followed weeks of fighting that allowed FSA fighters to take the town in order to allow the safe passage of many people into and out of Syria. The residents of the town are rebuilding, but fear another shelling attack that they fear is coming soon.