In March 2011, thousands of Syrians took to the streets to protest against the regime of President Bashar Assad. More than to years later, the country has descended into civil war, leaving at least 100,000 people dead and forcing more than 2 million to flee their homeland.

INFOGRAPHIC: Here Are The Syria Figures You Should Know

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Syria by Javier Manzano - A Free Syria Army soldier (FSA) runs through "no man's land" under a billow of smoke at the Karmel Jabl front on October

YPG with Zastava M05E1.

YPG with Zastava M05E1.

ISIS T-62 knocked out in Raqqa.

ISIS T-62 knocked out in Raqqa.

Destroyed ISIS T-62, East Hama.

Destroyed ISIS T-62, East Hama.

A destroyed tank at 46th regiment captured by Free Syrian Army (FSA) on September 4, 2013 near Aleppo, Syria. FSA members mend and use the tanks and other armoured wehicles turned into scrap heap at the 46th regiment known as Bashar al- Assad's bastion and captured by FSA about a year ago near Aleppo, Syria.

A destroyed tank at 46th regiment captured by Free Syrian Army (FSA) on September 4, 2013 near Aleppo, Syria. FSA members mend and use the tanks and other armoured wehicles turned into scrap heap at the 46th regiment known as Bashar al- Assad's bastion and captured by FSA about a year ago near Aleppo, Syria.

Syrian artist Tammam Azzam delves into memory and conflict while reflecting on the civil war-torn country.

The Socio-Political Art of the Syrian Civil War

Syrian artist Tammam Azzam delves into memory and conflict while reflecting on the civil war-torn country.

On July 19, 2012, the Syrian Civil War made Aleppo, the country's largest city, its battlefield. Barrel bombs dropped from helicopters, killing thousands o

Before-and-After Photos Reveal the Destructive Effects of the War in Syria

On July the Syrian Civil War made Aleppo, the country's largest city, its battlefield. Barrel bombs dropped from helicopters, killing thousands o

World Civil War Portraits by Sara Shamma

World Civil War Portraits by Sara Shamma

A major solo exhibition of paintings by one of Syria’s best known artists, Sara Shamma, opens in London in May 2015

Syrian casualties now TOO MANY to count - More than 200,000 people killed in Syrian civil war in less than four years - Middle East - International - News - Catholic Online - 3 December 2014

Syrian casualties now TOO MANY to count - More than people killed in Syrian civil war in less than four years - Middle East - International - News - Catholic Online - 3 December 2014

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