A difícil luta pela sobrevivência na Síria
A difícil luta pela sobrevivência na Síria
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SCRIPT:Aleppo já foi uma das mais ricas e populosas cidades da Síria, mas depois de meses de duros confrontos entre as forças rebeldes e as tropas do regime do presidente Bashar al-Assad, muita coisa mudou na região.Desde julho do ano passado, quando os combates se intensificaram, os moradores assistem a uma sensível alta de preços. Agora, para conseguirem alimentar as famílias, muitos tentam vender os pertences pessoais mais valiosos em mercados de rua improvisados.Abu Ahmad, de 30 anos, fugiu de devastação deixada na cidade de Homs, só que ainda enfrenta dificuldades em Aleppo. Ele tenta vender um ar condicionado e comprar comida para os dois filhos.Sonora 1: Abu Ahmad, Morador de Aleppo“Compramos e vendemos coisas para alimentar nossas famílias. O pouco dinheiro que consigo, uso para comprar outras coisas, mas tudo é caro. Todos em volta estão mortos, ninguém aqui tem sequer 20 dólares”.Outros moradores também oferecem nas ruas os últimos bens valiosos.Sonora 2: Abu Bakri, Morador de Aleppo“As pessoas não sabem se vão voltar do trabalho vivas. Por isso, muitas decidiram vender pertences que valem cerca de 100 dólares, por 20 ou 30”.Sonora 3: Aboud, Morador de Aleppo“Temos filhos, esposas e temos de alimentá-los. O que podemos fazer? Devemos roubar ou mendigar? Precisamos sobreviver”.O primeiro-ministro interino nos territórios sob controle dos rebeldes, Ghassan Hitto, visitou Aleppo durante o final de semana. O líder foi eleito em Istambul pela Coalizão Nacional de oposição síria por 35 votos de um total de 49, após 14 horas de discussões, mas seu nome não é uma unanimidade entre os rebeldes. Neste domingo, o Exército Sírio Livre anunciou a sua rejeição ao premier. Um cenário complicado, que ainda parece muito longe de uma solução.................................................................................SHOTLIST:ALEPPO, SYRIA, MARCH 23, 2013, SOURCE: AFPTV- VAR of people selling off their personal belongings at Souk al-Khamees (Thursday market in Arabic) in the neighbourhood of al-Salheen- VAR of people selling birds at the souk- VAR of people selling food and drinks at the soukALEPPO, SYRIA, MARCH 24, 2013, SOURCE: SYRIAN NATIONAL COALITION- VAR of Ghassan Hitto in the street greeting children and bystanders- VAR of Ghassan Hitto walking down the street surrounded by bodyguards- VAR of Ghassan Hitto working with members of the local council of Aleppo- VAR of Ghassan Hitto talking with the head of Aleppo local council (man with white hair) and members of the FSA*NO RESALE FOR NON EDITORIAL PURPOSES*
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