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'Shadow State' Forms In Syria As Regime Recedes

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As the Syrian regime recedes, a new state is forming among villages controlled by rebels in northern Syria. They are filling in the blanks with their own hospitals, courts and other institutions. The goal is to provide better governance, not just aid to rebels. But is it better than before? (This piece initially aired July 25, 2012, on Morning Edition.)
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