Syria’s war: Children return to bomb-ravaged schools

Gaziantep, Turkey - The UN is warning of a “lost generation” in Syria as many children have been unable to attend school since the conflict began in 2011. Some children are now returning to the bombed schools as they try and make up for lost time.

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    Gaziantep, Turkey - The UN is warning of a "lost generation" in Syria as many children have been unable to attend school since the conflict began in 2011.

    Some children are now returning to the bombed schools as they try and make up for lost time. For others, that's a luxury they cannot afford.


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