Americans in Syria

The Syrian Ministry of Tourism recently invited journalists from around the world to view Syria's treasures from the capital city of Damascus to the ancient cities of Bosra and Palmyra. Fox News went along for the ride.

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    Krak des Chevaliers

    Crusader Castle, Krak des Chevaliers, is Syria's most significant fortress from the holy wars.
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    Krak des Chevaliers

    Krak des Chevaliers belonged to the Emir of Homs before the crusaders took it over and expanded it during the holy wars.
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    Crusader Castle

    Krak des Chevaliers was fortified, with a moat, to be impenetrable to outside attackers.
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    Americans in Syria

    Dr. Othman Shibly, Dr. Sawsan Tabbaa, Karen Roncone and Dr. Robert Stall, four American health care workers in Syria.
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    House Call

    Dr. Robert Stall makes a house call in Damascus, Syria.
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    House Call

    Dr. Stall makes a house call in Damascus, Syria.
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