In this Jan. 21, 2017 file photo, Syrians walk through debris, in the old city of Aleppo, Syria. (AP Photo/Hassan Ammar, File)
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A Syrian girl, whose tweets from war-torn Aleppo captured a worldwide audience, has written a harrowing memoir of life under siege, recalling her terror of daily bombardments and her sorrow at being kept out of class.Bana drew around 360,000 followers after she joined Twitter in September 2016 aged seven, documenting life in her embattled city through tweets and pictures from her @AlabedBana handle, an account managed by her mother Fatemah.Bana is now in third grade after missing more than a year of school at the height of the bombardment of Aleppo.More than six years of conflict have forced an estimated 1.7 million children in Syria out of school, according to the United Nations children's agency UNICEF.Bana said she dreams of returning to Syria and becoming a teacher and doctor so she can both educate and treat children.
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