Syria's war: UNICEF alarmed by child deaths in gov't offensive

Rights groups say more than 500 have been killed, including over 100 children.

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    The United Nations is concerned about the growing number of children being killed in the war on rebel-held areas of Syria.

    Idlib and Hama provinces are being bombarded for a third month by Syrian government forces, backed by Russian warplanes.

    Human rights groups say at least 500 civilians have been killed, including children.

    Al Jazeera's Zeina Khodr reports.


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