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Life and death in Aleppo (PHOTOS) ALEPPO, Syria — Their names were Issa, Ahmed and Sheik Mahmoud Qasim. They were fathers and brothers. They were students, teachers and laborers. And, last week, they were all killed by tank fire. They are not alone. Headlines that track the numbers of dead are easy to pass over when they are so frequent. In this video and photo series, GlobalPost senior correspondent Tracey Shelton tells the story of Issa, Ahmed and Qasim in the days before, and then at the very moment, they are killed in their back-alley post on the front lines of Aleppo, Syria. On the morning of their death, the men joked as they cleaned their post from a tank attack the day before. As the cloud of smoke engulfed the street, one man took cover, frantically waiting for the others to emerge through the dust and debris. After a few minutes of disorientation, a vehicle arrived to transport the bodies. New fighters came to take their posts.
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