Bread queues, destruction as war comes to Damascus
Published 07/23/2012, The Jamestown Sun
MASNAA, Lebanon (AP) — After a bloody, weeklong siege in the Syrian capital, residents who stayed behind are facing hours-long lines for gasoline and bread, stinking piles of garbage in the streets and scenes of destruction unimaginable in a city that had long been spared the worst ravages of the country's uprising.Word count: 1229
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