Syria war: Idlib residents struggle with daily life

The Russian-Turkish ceasefire is largely holding in Idlib, Syria’s last remaining rebel-held area.
But for the nearly one million people displaced by the latest fighting, finding refuge is a daily struggle.
Some have even been forced to live in graveyards.
Al Jazeera’s Osama Bin Javaid reports from Hatay near the Turkey-Syria border.

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