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This photo provided by the Syrian anti-government activist group Aleppo Media Center (AMC), shows Syrians carrying a victim after barrel bombs were dropped on the Bab al-Nairab neighborhood in Aleppo, Syria, Saturday, Aug. 27, 2016. Syria activists said, at least 15 civilians have been killed when suspected government helicopters dropped barrel bombs on a wake for children killed in earlier airstrikes in rebel-held Aleppo. (Aleppo Media Center via AP)

This Syrian cameraman is filming Aleppo's destruction as it happens


This Syrian cameraman is filming Aleppo's destruction as it happens

WATCH | One the most dangerous countries in the world for reporters, Syria has a severe shortage of journalists. 

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Mohammed Harden

Filling that void are activists and citizen journalists. 

Mohammed Hardan is a volunteer video editor and cameraman for the Aleppo Media Center, an anti-government activist group in Syria that's trying to document the atrocities. 

المشاهد الأولية لقصف طائرات حربية يعتقد أنها روسية على حي القاطرجي 17-8-2016

A member of the Aleppo Media Center captured this now-iconic image of a helpless Syrian boy sitting in the back of an ambulance after being pulled from the rubble. His name is Oman.

I see everything. I see the feeling of people that scream. their sorrow, their fear.
Mohammed Harden to Circa

On multiple occasions, Hardan says he's put down his camera to help the victims.  

Since a ceasefire was reached last week, as many as 25,000 people have been evacuated from the area, <p>according to the International Red Cross.</p>The deal -- essentially a surrender from the rebels  -- marked a victory for forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. The regime, backed by its Russian allies, has waged a four-year battle for control of Aleppo's eastern neighborhoods.

As of Wednesday, Hardan was still in Aleppo - filming and trying to show the world what's happening to his homeland.  

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