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Entering subsistence

One of the main questions surrounding the Syrian uprising at the beginning of 2012 was if and when an economic collapse would occur. As the year draws to a close, the question has instead become whether one can still talk of “a” Syrian economy as such.

LCC daily brief 4/11/2012

By the end of Sunday the LCC managed to document 234 martyrs in Syria (including 17 women and 11 children), 100 martyrs were reported in Damascus and its Suburbs (including 9 martyrs who were field-executed in Sbaina, 22 martyrs due to shelling of Yarmouk Camp and 5 martyrs due to Warplane shelling on Kafarbatna), 42 martyrs in Idlib, 31 martyrs in Daraa (including 23 martyrs due to massacre in Sad Road), 35 martyrs in Aleppo, 14 martyrs in Homs, 4 martyrs in Deir Ezzor, 4 martyrs in Hama, 3 martyrs in Lattakia and 1 martyr in Qunaitra.

Thirteen People Martyred, 29 Injured in Bab Touma Terrorist Blast

Thirteen people were reportedly killed and 29 others were injured when an explosive device planted by an armed terrorist group under a car went off on Sunday in the Christian neighborhood of Bab Touma in Damascus.