Syria refugee children heat themselves around a fire in Marj al-Khokh in Marjayoun, Wednesday, Jan. 7, 2015. (The Daily Star/Mohammed Zaatari)
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The storage tent is usually located in a relatively remote area and away from other tents, a source at Amel Association, which attends to refugee needs in the camp, told The Daily Star.The boy's family could not be reached for comment, but the source, who is close to the camp's residents, said the boy's family did not have any information regarding the incident. The association source said the camp's residents did not hear anything or see anything suspicious regarding the incident.Another source at the association cast doubt on the possibility of suicide, saying that the boy was in a "good psychological condition," but could have been subject to domestic violence, as there have been multiple reported cases of violence and bullying at the camp.The source also said the boy had recently stopped attending school.
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