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Monday, January 9, 2017 - 02:08 by Ludovic Wahis

“I felt it was the end of my life. We spent 51 days moving from one house to another to find a safe place. We witnessed horrible days and nights. I saw the blood and witnessed my brother being killed,” says 12-year-old Shahd, recalling 2014’s Gaza conflict.

Shahd used to live with her parents and siblings in a small house. However, during the war, her home and her school were both destroyed. Her father lost his job and the family became dependent on aid from World...

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Thursday, March 14, 2013 - 05:12 by Meg Sattler

“AND THE COURSE OF THE SYRIAN CONFLICT IS CURRENTLY DEMONSTRATING THE UTILITY OF MASS ATROCITIES AND THE RELATIVE INDIFFERENCE OF THE REST OF THE WORLD.” – MICHAEL GERSON, WASHINGTON POST.

I started working on the Syrian conflict response last August. I flew from Melbourne and landed into a crisis that I didn’t think could get any worse. My previous work in Pakistan had exposed me to conflict, but it wasn’t like this. Every family I met in Jordan had a story that shook...

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