Asmaa, 5, and her two younger sisters in Saboura where they fled with their uncle after their parents disappeared. Their cousin seen with them (left). Copyright: Hussam Al-Saleh
As the Syrian conflict rages on, disappearances of family members has become a reality for thousands of people. Forty-two year-old Abu Hassan, who fled the violence in his rural home-town Al-Nashabeah, east of Damascus, and headed to the nearby town of Saboura, is still searching for his sister and her husband who went missing more than 18 months ago.
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