Rami Jarrah

journalist and media activist

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Rami Jarrah is a Syrian journalist who reports frequently from Syria. 

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The United Nations has accused Syria and Russia of "war crimes" in their siege of one side of Aleppo.

Syrian rebels strike back in Aleppo

The United Nations has accused Syria and Russia of "war crimes" in their siege of one side of Aleppo.

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