Three years ago, outrage was sparked in the Syrian city of Daraa over the death of a teenage boy for painting anti-authoritarian graffiti. There followed a spiral of violence that would engulf the entire nation. With more than 100,000 killed and nearly half the population displaced, there is no end in sight. No key moment over the past three years has brought closure for Syria. Is there a solution? Or has Assad won?
Produced and prepared by David Boratov, Phoebe Lanzer Wood and Christopher Davis
Spokesperson, Syrian National Council
Journalist, France Inter radio
Associate Professor, University of Oklahoma