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CBC Middle East correspondent returns from Syria

Aleppo, Syria is one of the oldest cities in the world, but its history is gradually being lost to the bombings, fighting and rubble of a civil war.

But the losses in that country go far beyond buildings. It's estimated 36,000 people have died in the 19 months since the conflict began.

CBC Middle East Correspondent Derek Stoffel recently returned from several days in Aleppo province, and speaks to Daybreak host Chris Walker, from the CBC bureau in Jerusalem.

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