Syrian charity builds underground playground for children

In eastern Ghouta, outside Damascus, an charity group has built an underground playground as a place where children can escape the violence above ground.

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    In eastern Ghouta, outside Damascus, an charity group has built an underground playground as a place where children can escape the violence above ground.

    In the "Land of Childhood", they're entering a place that looks like pages ripped from one of their fairytales.

    Al Jazeera's Natasha Ghoneim reports from Gaziantep, Turkey.


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