In March 2011, the wave of Arab Spring hit the administration of Bashar al-Assad when the people of Syria rebelled against the government, rallying for democracy and civil rights.
Syrian forces have cracked down on protesters, killing and imprisoning thousands of civilians.The situation deteriorated upon the siege of Jisr al-Shughour by the Syrian army, leading thousands of citizens to cross the Turkish-Syrian border to seek shelter.
Harboured in tents across the border, they've been living in political purgatory waiting for their voices to be heard.
Vice Media reporter Alexander Christie-Miller managed to get inside Syria through the Turkish village of Guvecci to report on their plight.
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