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more than two years since the Syrian government retook Aleppo's ruins like these light everywhere in the former rebel held east some all grades a three year old child lies into this building in Kailasa her uncle and grandfather have to look at it every day which is Angus macdonald is that according to the neighbors some fifteen people died here among them was thirty five year olds Iman Cassilis into three young daughters they manage to pull out her ability and those of two daughters but the youngest one three year old my luck was never found ground faul the lives across the road user names every time he looks for his balcony he sees this terrible mounds of rubble , the capture of Aleppo Syria second city was a turning point in the war the state's failure even to pull bodies from the rubble that bodes ill for formal opposition areas across Syria was services barely exist on there's no systematic reconstruction , Alaska has no state electricity supply and charities dole out food rations to crowds to wait behind chains , Q. daily for bread the Charlotte said army is still waging a war in parts of Syria and tough economic sanctions are in place but it has found a way to power it loyalist west in Aleppo if only for a few hours a day critics say it's no coincidence a line in it we are still suffering would really need electricity it is very important not only for the neighborhood but for the whole city it is miserable no shop so workshops are working there is no industry left in the area of income loss that damaged buildings still collapse one killed a man recently it doesn't seem to be an out liar lotus looked around at the east Aleppo districts and they would just as bad or worse