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Among the mud houses, palm trees, alleyways and camels of a long-disused film set outside Damascus, actors in flowing robes are making a television series.Fighting around Damascus ended last year and after a series of state offensives around the country, Syrian studios are starting to work again.One well-known actor, 41-year-old Qays al-Sheikh Najib, is now filming in Syria for the first time in eight years, playing in a new series called "A Safe Distance," which looks at how the Syrian war affected people.
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