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SYRIA-CRISIS/MAALOULA CHRISTIANS
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August 21, 2014
Workers renovate a damaged building in Maaloula August 21, 2014. Residents of Maaloula, a Christian town...
MAALOULA, Syria
Workers renovate a damaged building in Maaloula
Workers renovate a damaged building in Maaloula August 21, 2014. Residents of Maaloula, a Christian town in Syria, call on other Christian groups and minorities to stand up to the radicalism that is sweeping across Syria and Iraq. The town was regained by Syrian Army forces in April from Islamic militants, and several months later life is slowly returning to the town. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY RELIGION CONFLICT CIVIL UNREST)
SYRIA-CRISIS/MAALOULA CHRISTIANS
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August 21, 2014
A woman and a soldier loyal to Syria's president Bashar Al-Assad stand beside a damaged church in Maaloula...
MAALOULA, Syria
A woman and a soldier loyal to Syria's president Bashar Al-Assad stand beside a damaged church in Maaloula...
A woman and a soldier loyal to Syria's president Bashar Al-Assad stand beside a damaged church in Maaloula August 21, 2014. Residents of Maaloula, a Christian town in Syria, call on other Christian groups and minorities to stand up to the radicalism that is sweeping across Syria and Iraq.The town was regained by Syrian Army forces in April from Islamic militants, and several months later life is slowly returning to the town. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY RELIGION CONFLICT CIVIL UNREST)
SYRIA-CRISIS/MAALOULA CHRISTIANS
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August 21, 2014
A woman walks inside a damaged church in Maaloula August 21, 2014. Residents of Maaloula, a Christian...
MAALOULA, Syria
A woman walks inside a damaged church in Maaloula
A woman walks inside a damaged church in Maaloula August 21, 2014. Residents of Maaloula, a Christian town in Syria, call on other Christian groups and minorities to stand up to the radicalism that is sweeping across Syria and Iraq.The town was regained by Syrian Army forces in April from Islamic militants, and several months later life is slowly returning to the town. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY RELIGION)
SYRIA-CRISIS/MAALOULA CHRISTIANS
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August 21, 2014
A woman prays inside a damaged church in Maaloula August 21, 2014. Residents of Maaloula, a Christian...
MAALOULA, Syria
A woman prays inside a damaged church in Maaloula
A woman prays inside a damaged church in Maaloula August 21, 2014. Residents of Maaloula, a Christian town in Syria, call on other Christian groups and minorities to stand up to the radicalism that is sweeping across Syria and Iraq. The town was regained by Syrian Army forces in April from Islamic militants, and several months later life is slowly returning to the town. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY RELIGION)
SYRIA-CRISIS/MAALOULA CHRISTIANS
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August 21, 2014
A woman walks beside graffiti in Maaloula August 21, 2014. Residents of Maaloula, a Christian town in...
MAALOULA, Syria
A woman walks beside graffiti in Maaloula
A woman walks beside graffiti in Maaloula August 21, 2014. Residents of Maaloula, a Christian town in Syria, call on other Christian groups and minorities to stand up to the radicalism that is sweeping across Syria and Iraq. The town was regained by Syrian Army forces in April from Islamic militants, and several months later life is slowly returning to the town. Arabic writings on the wall read, "Maaloula is Assad's lair". REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY RELIGION)
SYRIA-CRISIS/MAALOULA CHRISTIANS
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August 21, 2014
A general view shows damage in the city of Maaloula August 21, 2014. Residents of Maaloula, a Christian...
MAALOULA, Syria
A general view shows damage in the city of Maaloula
A general view shows damage in the city of Maaloula August 21, 2014. Residents of Maaloula, a Christian town in Syria, call on other Christian groups and minorities to stand up to the radicalism that is sweeping across Syria and Iraq.The town was regained by Syrian Army forces in April from Islamic militants, and several months later life is slowly returning to the town. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
SYRIA/
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October 08, 2010
Qatar?s Misfer al-Marri drives his Subaru Impreza on the first day of the Syrian International Rally,...
MAALOULA, Syria
Qatar?s Misfer al-Marri drives his Subaru Impreza on the first day of the Syrian International Rally...
Qatar?s Misfer al-Marri drives his Subaru Impreza on the first day of the Syrian International Rally, which is round six of the Middle East Rally Championship 2010, near the city of Maaloula, some 60 km (38 miles) north of the capital Damascus October 8, 2010. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA - Tags: SPORT)
SYRIA/
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October 08, 2010
Syria's Amir Arnaout drives his Subaru Impreza on the first day of the Syrian International Rally, which...
MAALOULA, Syria
Syria's Amir Arnaout drives his Subaru Impreza on the first day of the Syrian International Rally near...
Syria's Amir Arnaout drives his Subaru Impreza on the first day of the Syrian International Rally, which is round six of the Middle East Rally Championship 2010, near the city of Maaloula, some 60 km (38 miles) north of the capital Damascus October 8, 2010. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA - Tags: SPORT)
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October 08, 2010
Qatar?s Misfer al-Marri drives his Subaru Impreza on the first day of the Syrian International Rally,...
MAALOULA, Syria
Qatar?s Misfer al-Marri drives his Subaru Impreza on the first day of the Syrian International Rally...
Qatar?s Misfer al-Marri drives his Subaru Impreza on the first day of the Syrian International Rally, which is round six of the Middle East Rally Championship 2010, near the city of Maaloula, some 60 km (38 miles) north of the capital Damascus October 8, 2010. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA - Tags: SPORT)
SYRIA/
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October 08, 2010
United Arab Emirates' Sheikh Khaled al-Qassimi drives his Ford Fiesta on the first day of the Syrian...
MAALOULA, Syria
United Arab Emirates' al-Qassimi drives his Ford Fiesta on the first day of the Syrian International...
United Arab Emirates' Sheikh Khaled al-Qassimi drives his Ford Fiesta on the first day of the Syrian International Rally, which is round six of the Middle East Rally Championship 2010, near the city of Maaloula, some 60 km (38 miles) north of the capital Damascus October 8, 2010. REUTERS/Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA - Tags: SPORT)
SYRIA/
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September 24, 2008
A Syrian woman touches a Jesus statue, in the hopes of being blessed, after its inauguration at St.Taqla...
MAALOULA, Syrian Arab Republic
A Syrian woman touches a Jesus statue after its inauguration at St.Taqla in the historic city of Maaloula...
A Syrian woman touches a Jesus statue, in the hopes of being blessed, after its inauguration at St.Taqla in the historic city of Maaloula, 60 km (37 miles) northeast of Damascus September 24, 2008. The statue, designed by Russian sculptor Alexander Rukavishnikov, is a gift from the Russian Orthodox Patriarchate. REUTERS /Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA)
SYRIA/
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September 24, 2008
Syrian and Russian officials attend the inauguration of a Jesus statue at St.Taqla in the historic city...
MAALOULA, Syrian Arab Republic
Syrian and Russian officials attend the inauguration of a Jesus statue at St.Taqla in the historic city...
Syrian and Russian officials attend the inauguration of a Jesus statue at St.Taqla in the historic city of Maaloula, 60 km (37 miles) northeast of Damascus September 24, 2008. The statue, designed by Russian sculptor Alexander Rukavishnikov, is a gift from the Russian Orthodox Patriarchate. REUTERS /Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA)
SYRIA/
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September 24, 2008
Syrian and Russian clergymen attend the inauguration of a Jesus statue at St.Taqla in the historic city...
MAALOULA, Syrian Arab Republic
Syrian and Russian clergymen attend the inauguration of a Jesus statue at St.Taqla in the historic city...
Syrian and Russian clergymen attend the inauguration of a Jesus statue at St.Taqla in the historic city of Maaloula, 60 km (37 miles) northeast of Damascus September 24, 2008. The statue, designed by Russian sculptor Alexander Rukavishnikov, is a gift from the Russian Orthodox Patriarchate. REUTERS /Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA)
SYRIA/
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September 24, 2008
Russian General Valentin Varennikov gives a speech during the inauguration of a Jesus statue at St.Taqla...
MAALOULA, Syrian Arab Republic
Russian General Varennikov gives a speech during the inauguration of a Jesus statue at St.Taqla in the...
Russian General Valentin Varennikov gives a speech during the inauguration of a Jesus statue at St.Taqla in the historic city of Maaloula, 60 km (37 miles) northeast of Damascus September 24, 2008. The statue, designed by Russian sculptor Alexander Rukavishnikov, is a gift from the Russian Orthodox Patriarchate. REUTERS /Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA)
SYRIA/
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September 24, 2008
Syrian visitors touch a Jesus statue, in the hopes of being blessed, after its inauguration at St.Taqla...
MAALOULA, Syrian Arab Republic
Syrian visitors touch a Jesus statue to be blessed after its inauguration at St.Taqla in the historic...
Syrian visitors touch a Jesus statue, in the hopes of being blessed, after its inauguration at St.Taqla in the historic city of Maaloula, 60 km (37 miles) northeast of Damascus September 24, 2008. The statue, designed by Russian sculptor Alexander Rukavishnikov, is a gift from the Russian Orthodox Patriarchate. REUTERS /Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA)
SYRIA/
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September 24, 2008
Syrian and Russian clergymen attend the inauguration of a Jesus statue at St.Taqla in the historic city...
MAALOULA, Syrian Arab Republic
Syrian and Russian clergymen attend the inauguration of a Jesus statue at St.Taqla in the historic city...
Syrian and Russian clergymen attend the inauguration of a Jesus statue at St.Taqla in the historic city of Maaloula, 60 km (37 miles) northeast of Damascus September 24, 2008. The statue, designed by Russian sculptor Alexander Rukavishnikov, is a gift from the Russian Orthodox Patriarchate. REUTERS /Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA)
SYRIA/
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September 24, 2008
Syrian visitors touch a Jesus statue after its inauguration at St.Taqla in the historic city of Maaloula,...
MAALOULA, Syrian Arab Republic
Syrian visitors touch Jesus statue to be blessed after its inauguration at St.Taqla in the historic city...
Syrian visitors touch a Jesus statue after its inauguration at St.Taqla in the historic city of Maaloula, 60 km (37 miles) northeast of Damascus September 24, 2008. The statue, designed by Russian sculptor Alexander Rukavishnikov, is a gift from the Russian Orthodox Patriarchate. REUTERS /Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA)
SYRIA/
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September 24, 2008
Syrian and Russian clergymen attend the inauguration of a Jesus statue at St.Taqla in the historic city...
MAALOULA, Syrian Arab Republic
Syrian and Russian clergymen attend the inauguration of a Jesus statue at St.Taqla in the historic city...
Syrian and Russian clergymen attend the inauguration of a Jesus statue at St.Taqla in the historic city of Maaloula, 60 km (37 miles) northeast of Damascus September 24, 2008. The statue is a gift from the Russian Orthodox Patriarchate, designed by Russian sculptor Alexander Rukavishnikov. REUTERS /Khaled al-Hariri (SYRIA)
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