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Rescuer Sobs As He Pulls Syrian Baby From The Rubble

With more than 50 bombs landing on some neighbourhoods in Syria every day, the Syrian Civil Defence team, popularly called the White Helmets, have been risking their lives to help anyone in need. The team of volunteers tear through the rubble and have saved more than 60,000 lives over the last 5 years. That number increased on Friday when one of the team members pulled a baby from debris of a five-storey building.
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