Ten years ago today, the first protesters marched on the ancient cities of Damascus and Aleppo, signalling the start of a complex civil war that, for many, feels like it will never end.
Among the rubble and the bloodshed lies a “lost generation” of children, some now young adults, many who have never even been to Syria. They continue to pay the heaviest price.
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