Two weeks since the liberation of the Alshaar neighborhood in eastern Aleppo by the Syrian army, life is gradually resuming its course. More locals are returning to breathe life into devastated streets as heavy machinery clears the rubble.
While ramshackle buildings with crumbling facades and piles of rubble still serve as a vivid reminder of the heavy fighting that forced scores of civilians to flee their homes, now more and more are coming back to the neighborhood. Small stalls selling bread and cigarettes have already popped up on squares as cars began filling narrow roads.
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