Donnerstag, 5. Mai 2016

Kapitel 5 - Bashar al Assad und Politische Reformen

Bildquelle: SANA
Präsident Bashar al Assad in Maloula, im April 2014, nachdem die syrische Armee die antike Stadt von Al-Kaida-Gruppen zurück erobert hatte.

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