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Iran Will Never Abandon Assad's State, Worst Humanitarian Tragedy

Syria is one of the worst catastrophic humanitarian tragedies of our generation. Iran's role in Syria has significantly impacted the direction, magnitude and longevity of the conflict. Nearly half a million people have been killed including thousands of children in Aleppo and other cities, and almost half of the population is displaced. Its role has evolved over the five years since the uprising began.
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