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Conflict keeps Syrian children from school

School year has begun, but attending class is out of the question for thousands of students in war-torn country.

Last Modified: 15 Sep 2013 19:47
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The school year has begun in Syria, but attending class is out of the question for thousands of children.

Many live in poverty in a makeshift camp called Atma, on the border with Turkey. Few aid agencies are willing to risk going there.

Al Jazeera's Hashem Ahelbarra reports.

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