Voting in Syria’s presidential election began Tuesday, but with little doubt Bashar al-Assad will win a new seven-year term, the election is not so much a show of democracy as a declaration of victory. Clarissa Ward reports that the Syrian government may
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Published: 2021-03-21 12:27 pm
For some in Syria, election marked by bombs, not ballot boxes
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