UN says 210K kids need help in Syria's Homs, schools damaged

Full story: The Washington Post

The U.N. children's agency says 420,000 people - half of them children - need immediate help in Syria's western governorate of Homs.
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#1 Feb 1, 2013
When US and their others take off their hands...all problems will be resolved..It seems that Clinton is either deaf or blind...when she sees islamists hitting the country and then she cries over the children...Haven't she learned from what is happening in Egypt, Tunisia and Libya..If not, Syria will teach her !!! how to open well her ears and eyes

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