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Syrian villagers near U.S. strike know the sound of battle — but never as horrific as this

It was less than a couple of hours before dawn when Wael Zefa heard a “horrific amount of noise” rumbling through the east Syrian village of Shayrat. During the six years of civil war ravaging Syria, Zefa has become used to the sounds of mortar shells and rockets. But nothing like this. “What we…
Source: Morningcall

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