Abandoned in Syria: Q&A with John Wreford

Atmeh refugee camp is the largest IDP camp inside Syria

Abandoned in Syria: Q&A with John Wreford

When photographer John Wreford wrote for Roads & Kingdoms in March about going on daily errands in Damascus, his home for the previous decade—and the Assad regime stronghold—his bio included this: “He is not planning to leave Syria anytime soon.”

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One thought on “Abandoned in Syria: Q&A with John Wreford

  1. John, Thanks for liking my post about the discussion in the US of possible action against Bashar al-Assad for chemical attacks on his enemies. I am glad to see posts from people such as you who have experience in the region. My discussions with American friends in Jordan clearly show me that information filtered by the US news media gives us only a partial picture of international situations.

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