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Syria four years on - an unimaginable toll

More than half a million people have fled Syria for neighbouring countries, even Iraq (Domiz camp, Kurdistan region, Iraq)
Domiz refugee camp, Kurdistan region, Iraq (Dec 2012) (Jodi Hilton/IRIN)

As Syria's war enters its fifth year, the human toll is almost unimaginable.

210,060 people have died. That's 145 per day since the conflict began, or six every hour.

Click here to see IRIN's photo feature on the devastating humanitarian consequences of the war.

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