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Aleppo: ‘Most of the public schools are destroyed’

The recent bombardment of Aleppo has killed 96 children in one week alone and delayed the resumption of the school year. “Nothing can justify such assaults on children and such total disregard for human life. The suffering and the shock among children is definitely the worst we have...
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