ISTANBUL (AA) - August 1, 2012 - Anadolu Agecny (AA) teams are covering recent developments under difficult conditions in Syria, Myanmar, Lebanon, Jordon and Iraq.
AA has several qualified teams in crisis regions where clashes and violence have been taking place.
While Ali Demir is framing current developments in the Syrian capital of Damascus, Samet Dogan, Kenan Yesilyurt and Sinan Gul are covering the clashes between al-Assad's army and Free Syrian Army in Syria's economic hub, Aleppo.
As Mustafa Keles is conveying Rohingya Muslims' drama in Bangladesh, Muhammed Yildiz in Lebanon, Tamir es-Semadi in Jordan, Nazmi Akyol in Baghdad, Hayrullah Saruhan in Zaho and Nail Kadiroglu following the developments in Daho, Iraq.
The AA teams who are enabling 24 hours news flow, are being replaced every 10-15 days with another one.
The team in Aleppo has been in the city to closely follow developments for a couple of weeks. War correspondent Savas Gul, photo journalist Sinan Gul and cameraman Kenan Yesilyurt stayed under fire for 18 hours in Salah al-Din on July 30.
Reporting by Orhan Guvel