Violence has fallen in Syria as a fragile ceasefire takes hold, although both sides are reporting violations. Special envoy Kofi Annan, who brokered the ceasefire, said he was "encouraged" but Syria had not fully complied.
Rebels in Aleppo, Syria's most populous city, are girding for battle. Host Aaron Schachter speaks with reporter Adrien Jaulmes inside Aleppo, and New Yorker staff writer Jon Lee Anderson on the outskirts of the city.
Syria's Christians are facing increasing dangers. Mar Gregorios, Archbishop of Aleppo tells Aaron Schachter about competing pressures Orthodox Christians face as they try to position themselves for when President Bashar al-Assad is no longer in power.
The United Nations said Thursday it has documented the deaths of 93,000 people in Syria since the civil war began. And a recent revival in fortunes for the Assad regime suggests the war has no end in sight.