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PBS NEWSHOUR

Children Made Refugees by the Syrian War

  • Aired: 08/23/2013
  • 07:12
  • Rating: NR
One million Syrian children have been ripped from the daily life they know and forced them into refugee camps. Margaret Warner speaks with Sarah Crowe of UNICEF for more on the impact of the war on the youngest Syrians and the burden the crisis has placed on the surrounding region.
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