Damascus hotels host fleeing families, not tourists

Damascus hotels host fleeing families, not tourists

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Damascus hotels host fleeing families, not tourists

These are the new "tourists" in Damascus: families fleeing the violence in their hometowns who now live in decrepit hotels, packed into tiny spaces where they even cook in bathrooms.Duration: 00:57

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