Sep 30, 2015

Study: Bombs in Syria are killing children the most

Researchers looking at the grisly deaths of more than 78,000 civilians in Syria found that children were more likely than adults to be killed by bombings and airstrikes. The study, published Tuesday in the British medical journal BMJ, took into consideration deaths in Syria that took place from March 2011 to January 2015. Researchers found that a quarter of the victims were women and children...

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