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Visual resources for teaching Syria
Teaching students about the conflict in Syria can be challenging on many levels including the geography, the many factions involved in the fighting and who supports what type of response to evidence of chemical weapons.
This blog resource houses some of the best infographics on Syria on the web and is recommended for the classroom to help students understand the details of the conflict.
— Compiled by Allison McCartney for NewsHour Extra
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