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From the eyes of Syrian refugees

The two-year mark. In Syria's second city, Aleppo, hundreds observed the second anniversary of their uprising earlier this week. (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) SYRIAN PROTESTER, ABU WISSAM, SAYING: "We have given many martyrs, and we are willing to sacrifice more martyrs. We will not be satisfied until we have a just Islamic nation that conforms to the ballot box and to the will of the people." In this refugee camp in Tripoli, Lebanon, Syrians dismiss questions about the uprising. Instead, they talk about their material despair. (SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) SYRIAN REFUGEE, ABU SLEIMAN, SAYING: ''We have four families in every tent, the size of the tent is 3 by 4 meters, there is not enough space for four families in it, the children are crowded.'' The UN says it's the children who suffer the most. These boys are among the one million Syrians displaced in the conflict. The trama of war follows them to this Tripoli classroom. (SOUNDBITE) (A

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