What’s happened to Syria’s protesters?

By Alex Whiting | Mon, 9 Jun 2014 17:00 PM
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"Are you crazy?" Doreen Khoury asked her companions, as they sat in a packed café in a part of Damascus tightly monitored by the government. The two Syrian activists, who’d spent time in prison for their views, were openly talking politics. And they weren’t the only ones.

It was March 2011, the start of the Syrian uprising.

Khoury, a Lebanese woman who has been helping Syrian ...

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