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Nice street art! Takes a lot of time to do unusual shapes and make it look right.

Desaturated The boy and the girl conversation makes the stairway to lose priority and be the main way to get until last home.

This is so sad :( Please God help to have a soft heart to others, help me to love others more and more, Show me to hold the needy one's hands, Teach me to love orphans because i have no guarantee with you My Lord up to when i must live..

Pinner "This is so sad :( Please God help to have a soft heart to others, help me to love others more and more, Show me to hold the needy one's hands, Teach me to love orphans because i have no guarantee with you My Lord up to when i must live.

More than talk about Aleppo. Do something. Write letters to congress-people asking them to take action. Donate clothes and food to organizations that help out. Educate your friends and family. Donate food and supplies to Doctors Without Boarders. Ask your school to hold an assembly. Rally for donations at your school or church or community center. Take action.

Yes, some are terrible, awful people who have taken countless lives, but what about the children being raised into this horrific dystopia?

IN ASSOCIATION WITH   30 September 2014 Last updated at 19:54 ET Share this pagePrint ShareFacebookTwitter Syria: Assad loyalists concerned by rise of paramilitaries By Lina Sinjab BBC News, Damascus

IN ASSOCIATION WITH 30 September 2014 Last updated at 19:54 ET Share this pagePrint ShareFacebookTwitter Syria: Assad loyalists concerned by rise of paramilitaries By Lina Sinjab BBC News, Damascus

Jordan: The Colour of Sorrow - Lina fled Syria when snipers gunned down her teenage son Yaser. Now a #refugee in #Jordan, she is drawing strength from her art.

Jordan: The Colour of Sorrow - Lina fled Syria when snipers gunned down her teenage son Yaser. Now a in she is drawing strength from her art.

Lina is a mother who lives with her seven children in a tent in Lebanon. Her life is a daily struggle for survival. She is is one of almost 150,000 Syrian refugee women whose men are dead, captured, missing or stuck in Syria. They face daily threats and are treated as outcasts and yet they keep their families together.   Our new report "Woman Alone: The fight for survival by Syria’s refugee women" is out: http://womanalone.unhcr.org/mobile/ Photo: UNHCR/A.McConnell

UNHCR News Story: Syrian refugee women fight for survival as they head families alone Lina has not heard from her husband since he was detained in Syria two years ago. Now a refugee in Lebanon, she lives in a tented settlement with her seven children

Syria: A top rebel's death casts doubt over Bashar al-Assad's intentions.(December 29th 2015)

Syria: Rebel's death casts doubt on Assad's intentions

Zahran Alloush, head of Jaysh al-Islam, said to have died along with five other senior leaders after planes targeted powerful insurgent faction’s headquarters

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