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Seven years on: Syrian kids growing up without ever having known peace


IN THE WORLD PAPERS - Thursday, March 15: Today marks seven years since the Syrian war began. How has it lasted this long and why is the international community so helpless to stop it? In other news, we look at reactions after Theresa May's surprise decision to expel 23 Russian diplomats over the Sergei Skripal poisoning scandal. Also, a neo-Nazi group in the US implodes over a dirty sex scandal. Finally, find out why Spring is also the season of break-ups!

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