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This post is part of Global Voice's special coverage Syria Protests 2011/12.

Syrian photographers from around the country are revealing, sharing, and archiving Syria's uprising through photographs which showcase destruction.

Despite the limited media sources, what comes out from Syria shows the horrific reality Syrians on the ground face as they see their country being literally torn apart.

Although there is no liable resources to confirm the locations of the photographs nor the number of victims, the next few pictures are just a sample to consider of how Syria's infrastructure and residential areas have been affected.

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Homs: 139-days siege of 14 block in the city. Six months and Assad militia used all kinds of explosives and missiles to destroy the besieged neighborhoods of Homs. Source: Yazan Homsi


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Old market in Homs after been bombed and burned. 06/13/2012. Source: Yazan Homsi


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Syria - Homs - 10/21/2012 - Destruction as a result of the bombing of Al Assad forces- Photo by Mohammed Ibrahim - SHAAM NEWS NETWORK | SNN reporte


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Syria - Homs - 10/21/2012 - Destruction as a result of the bombing of Al Assad forces- Photo by Mohammed Ibrahim - SHAAM NEWS NETWORK | SNN reporter


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Syria - Homs - 10/19/2012 - Destruction as a result of the bombing of Al Assad forces- Photo by Mohammed Ibrahim - SHAAM NEWS NETWORK | SNN reporter


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Syria - Aleppo - the old city - 13/10/2012 - Destruction and fire as result to shelling on Umayyad Mosque (12). Photo source SHAAM NEWS NETWORK | SNN


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Syria - Aleppo - 09/23/2012 - Destruction as a result of Jet Raid bombing and heavy shelling. Photo Source SHAAM NEWS NETWORK | SNN


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Syria - Damascus - Tadamon - 07/09/2012 - Destruction in the neighborhood as a result of Assad forces bombing (6). Photo Source SHAAM NEWS NETWORK | SNN


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Syria - Damascus - Erbeen - 29/10/2012 - Destroyed Building as a result of Assad forces bombing of civilians neighborhood. Source SHAAM NEWS NETWORK | SNN






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