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'War destroyed our dreams': Syria's children forced out of school and into work

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Syria's decade-long conflict has forced Mohammad, Amer and Nadim out of the classroom and into child labour, where they work long hours to support their families in difficult conditions to put food on the table and provide their siblings with an education, so they don't have to suffer the same fate.

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