'Even The Stones Reek With Sadness': Here Is What's Left Of Aleppo

Amid the rubble fields of eastern Aleppo, Ibrahim Shabelle was hawking a traditional licorice drink to shoppers, tradesmen and others frequenting a shattered but lively main drag.

“Cold juice!” Shabelle cried out, offering cool glasses of the dark beverage to all takers for the equivalent of about 20 cents.

Source : http://www.latimes.com/world/middleeast/la-fg-aleppo-neighborhood-20170420-story.html

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