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Near Damascus, a rare moment of good will between the Syrian government and rebels. They've worked together to allow some 1,800 civilians flee a nearby besieged town, where rebels claims some 12,000 residents face starvation. (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) UNIDENTIFIED RESIDENT OF MOUADAMIYA, SAYING: "I was living in terror and now I am free and safe with the army, thank god. God bless you" The unlikelihood of this cooperation isn't lost on this refugee, thankful to both sides for making this possible. (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) UNIDENTIFIED RESIDENT OF MOUADAMIYA, SAYING: "Those are my children and those are my children. I am eighty-three year old. I do not know anybody who was bad to me from any side. Thank god. You are all my children." Of course, for scores of refugees already outside Syria, life is anything but easy. Some 600,000 are in Turkey alone, many living in public parks. Nazhat Hanan's family is lucky to have a roof over their heads, b