A first-hand account from Homs reveals a city divided and under siege by the Syrian war.
Lebanon has long known a fragile peace. It’s a country populated by people tired of war but still often rigidly divided by religious and political beliefs. But Masser al Shouf is one small village that’s trying to bridge those divisions by bringing its diverse population together through food.
Photo Of The Day From Lebanon
Lebanese police open a road that was blocked by supporters of Sunni Muslim Salafist leader Ahmad al-Assir in Abra, near Sidon, southern Lebanon on June 18, 2013.
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