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Syrian doctors struggle to care for mentally ill and traumatized

Blood on a Syrian hospital floor.It was cold and dark in the psychiatrist's office in downtown Damascus. The electricity had just gone out, a regular occurrence these days in the Syrian capital, and he wore a jacket and scarf for warmth.
 

World powers responsible for failing to stop Syria war crimes

A Syrian tank.All sides in Syria's civil war are using shelling and siege tactics to punish civilians and big powers bear responsibility for allowing such war crimes to persist, U.N. human rights investigators said on Wednesday.
   

Life and a death sentence in rebel-held Damascus

Bomb damaged buildings in Syria.One day last November, armed rebels woke Hind and her family at six in the morning and ordered them to march.
   

Yemen drone strikes, ambushes kill 10

Damaged buildings in Yemen.At least four suspected al Qaeda militants were killed in air strikes in Yemen on Monday, following the deaths of several soldiers in the south of the country, local officials and state news agency Saba reported.
   

Iraq death toll exceeds 700 in February

A bomb attack in Iraq.More than 700 people died in violence in Iraq in February, not including nearly 300 reported deaths in western Anbar province, where security forces have been battling Sunni Muslim rebels since January, the United Nations said on Saturday.
   

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