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No end in sight to seven years of war in Syria: children with disabilities at risk of exclusion

BEIRUT/AMMAN/DAMASCUS, 12 March 2018 – With no end in sight to the war in Syria, children with disabilities risk being excluded and forgotten.  The conflict in Syria continued unabated through 2017, killing the highest ever number of children – 50 per cent more than in 2016. In the first two months of 2018 alone, 1,000 children were reportedly killed or...

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Almost 5 million children born into war in Syria, 1 million born as refugees in neighbouring countries

AMMAN/NEW YORK, 15 March 2020 – Some 4.8 million children were born in Syria since the conflict began nine years ago. An additional 1 million were born as refugees in neighbouring countries. They continue to face the devastating consequences of a brutal war, UNICEF said today. “The war in Syria marks yet another shameful milestone today,” said UNICEF Executive Director...

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