It is almost a year on from when the first demonstrations began in Syria against the government of Bashar al-Assad. Since then it has become a humanitarian crisis. Activists say the military is shelling cities, burning houses, arresting and killing protestors. It is hard to confirm the reports. There is little media access and infrastructure is being destroyed: power lines, phones and the internet are often down. Now a new German website, set up at the end of last year, is trying to support the opposition activists on the ground by giving them a platform where they can offer themselves up for adoption. Click’s Abby D’Arcy reports from Berlin that one key aims is to provide recording equipment that can capture what is unfolding in Syria.
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