Axe Valley students hear about life in war-torn Syria

PUBLISHED: 07:00 19 November 2016

Diana Darke with some of the Axe Valley College Sixth Form students

Diana Darke with some of the Axe Valley College Sixth Form students

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BBC Syria correspondent Diana Darke visited The Axe Valley Community College to tell sixth form students about her work.

Her recently published book - My House in Damascus - An Inside View of the Syrian Revolution - gives an amazing account of living and working in a country which is at the top of the news feeds on a daily basis.

The presentation was brought to life by vivid photographs, bringing students and staff up to date with current troubles in Syria.


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