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Syria's job prospects - Kobane Pt. 4

Syria's job prospects - Kobane Pt. 4
 
Tabqa dam turbine hall, Tabqa Syria RFI/Filip Warwick

Now in its seventh year the Syrian Civil war continues to affect millions of lives on a daily basis. According to the United Nations, the war has cost the country close to 335 billion euros so far. But the complexities of the conflict are all too noticeable with Syrian government employees working in areas controlled by US-led coalition forces, and the economic impact of the war pushing millions of people into unemployment and poverty. Filip Warwick has this fourth report in a five-part series from Northern Syria.


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