It has been three years to the day since Syria's revolution began. Since then, violence has made life almost impossible.
More than two and half million people are registered as refugees.
Most have gone to five countries in the immediate region: more than six hundred thousand are in Turkey. Iraq has over two hundred thousand, while camps in Jordan house more than half a million people. Nearly a million are living in Lebanon, and a further one hundred and thirty four thousand are in Egypt.
Al Jazeera's Sami Zeidan, who was the last Al Jazeera English correspondent to report from inside the country, discusses Syria's war.