Syria’s conflict enters fifth year amid growing humanitarian crisis

Syria’s bloody civil conflict is entering its fifth year amid a major humanitarian emergency. With no end to the fighting in sight, US Secretary of State John Kerry has said he is willing to negotiate with Assad.

Syria has marked the fourth anniversary of an anti-government uprising that led to years of internal fighting in which the country has been carved up between government forces, jihadist militants, Kurdish fighters and rebels of various persuasions.

On March 15, 2011, anti-government protesters in Syria took to the streets, inspired by similar revolts in Egypt and Tunisia as part of the Arab Spring.
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