WHYS: Syria's 'deadliest month'

Syria in March witnessed its 'deadliest month' since the conflict began, according to an opposition activist group. More than 6,000 people were killed in the violence there last month, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said. That estimate includes the deaths of about 600 women and children. We speak to Syrians from both sides of the conflict who've lost loved ones about their lives and their thoughts for the future.

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