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Tuesday 27 February 2018

SAVE THE CHILDREN SAYS PROPOSED FIVE-HOUR DAILY TRUCE NOT GOOD ENOUGH AS NEW VIDEO EMERGES OF AFTERMATH OF BOMBING IN EASTERN GHOUTA

 

 

Partners of the aid agency in Syria say children remain stuck in makeshift shelters 

Thursday 22 February 2018

MEDICAL AND HUMANITARIAN ORGANIZATIONS USE THREE BILLBOARDS TO CALL ON UN TO STOP VIOLENCE IN SYRIA

Tuesday 20 February 2018

“IT FEELS LIKE THE END OF THE WORLD” FAMILIES IN EASTERN GHOUTA SHELTER FROM INTENSE BOMBING

 

20 February 2018 - Thousands of families trapped in Eastern Ghouta have been left fearing for their lives, as unprecedented levels of bombing and shelling have pounded the opposition-held enclave in the last 48 hours. In some parts of Eastern Ghouta the destruction is now even greater than at the height of the Aleppo crisis in 2016, yet with only a tiny fraction of the global attention and outrage.

Friday 9 February 2018

THOUSANDS OF FAMILIES TRAPPED IN UNDERGROUND SHELTERS AS SYRIA FIGHTING ESCALATES

Eleven children who attended Save the Children-supported schools killed since start of the year

Tens of thousands of children are in immediate danger in besieged Eastern Ghouta, where a new onslaught of bombing has caused mass civilian casualties, trapped thousands of families in underground shelters and flattened schools.

Wednesday 7 February 2018

SYRIAN CHILDREN “TERRIFIED AND TRAPPED” AS FIGHTING ESCALATES

Thousands of Syrian children are being placed in extreme danger by the escalation in fighting in the opposition-held enclave of Idlib, Save the Children is warning.

The past 48 hours has seen bombing and shelling intensify across the region, with numerous reports of fatal attacks on civilian areas. More than 30 schools supported by Save the Children and its partners in the area have had to close temporarily due to security fears.

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