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Syria's children of war

Children await treatment in a hospital in Aleppo. They are the lucky ones. Tens of thousands have died in Syria's three-year-old civil war. Save the Children fears that number will only go higher as fighting continues to hinder medical care. The charity's report on medical care and children in Syria paints a dire picture of Syria's collapsing healthcare system. Newborns have frozen to death in hospital incubators. Doctors have amputated limbs to stop patients from bleeding to death. And more. Roger Hearn of Save the Children. (SOUNDBITE) (English) REGIONAL DIRECTOR OF SAVE THE CHILDREN FOR MIDDLE EAST AND EURASIA, ROGER HEARN, SAYING: "What we've seen with the report is basically, there's been a complete collapse of much of the health system inside Syria. We're seeing situations, for example, in Aleppo, where 36 doctors are looking after around 2.5 million patients across the city. So a system that's collapsed, 60 percent of health facili

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