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TURKEY IS A SAFE HOME FOR REFUGEE CHILDREN
www.dailysabah.com

The number of such children in Turkey has been continuously increasing since the start of the Syrian conflict in March 2011. From the very beginning of the war, Turkey with its historical, cultural and neighborhood ties operated an open-door policy …

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UN says $6.5b Syria aid appeals largely ignored
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“We are delighted and honoured by the genuine interest that His Royal Highness Prince Al Waleed Bin Talal has demonstrated in the situation of Syrian children and their needs,” said Maria Calivis, Unicef Regional Director for the Middle East and North …

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Battle for Homs a Key Turning Point in Syria's Civil War
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HOMS, Syria — On the edge of the Old City here, children play beside a house blown open by shelling. An antique wood-framed mirror leans against the wall, so that soldiers can watch for threats from around the corner. A block closer to one of the city …

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Homs Emerges as Turning Point in Shaping Syria's Future
www.nytimes.com

HOMS, Syria — On the edge of the Old City here, children play beside a house blown open by shelling. An antique wood-framed mirror leans against the wall, so that soldiers can watch for threats from around the corner. A block closer to one of the city …

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State Dept. Taking Syrian Chlorine Reports 'Seriously'
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NBC News US State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki addresses reports that the Syrian regime may have recently used chlorine as a weapon on civilians. … They want to see their children one final time before they become too deformed by the sea.

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$20 million for Syrian children a step in the right direction but more needs …
au.christiantoday.com

The Australian Christian Lobby has welcomed the government's announcement that it will contribute $20 million to provide schooling for Syrian refugee children but says more should be done given the scale of the crisis. ACL's Managing Director Lyle …

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20 years later, Rwandan genocide echoes Syria bloodbath
english.alarabiya.net

Twenty years have passed since the world witnessed both in horror and haplessness as a genocide unfolded in Rwanda. An estimated 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus were massacred brutally by Hutu forces. They showed no mercy for women, children …

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Small French park becomes home for desperate Syrian families
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The 44-year-old, who refuses to give his surname, "abandoned everything" along with his wife and children after Syria erupted into violence in 2011, leaving behind a pretty villa and relinquishing any hope of returning. Lebanon, Algeria, Egypt, back to …

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Frontiers Without Medicine
www.newsweek.com

According to the charity Save the Children, the majority of children's diseases in Syria—measles, diarrhea and respiratory illnesses—are treatable. "When I see a wizened dead baby," said one U.N. officer. "I think: did they really die of starvation …

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