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Syrian Exiles Find Refuge In 'House For Everyone'

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The uprising in Syria is hardly the peaceful protest movement it was when it first started, nearly two years ago. But still, Syrian activists bent on building a democratic society are doing their part to keep the dream alive, even though many of them are now in exile. (This story initially aired on Jan. 8, 2013 on All Things Considered.)
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