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Hussein's story, and the stories of the hundreds of Palestinian children who, like him, have been killed during the latest conflict in Gaza, are being collected and published by the website Gaza's Children.The website is expanding by the day, gathering the pictures and stories of the at least 469 children who have died during the Israeli assault on Gaza.It was launched just last week by a small number of individuals from across the world, brought together by their mutual concern over the loss of life in Gaza. The team behind Gaza's Children is keen to fill in that gap and tell the children's stories.Only a week out, the website has been gaining attention. Belal Dabour, a Palestinian doctor working in Gaza tweeted on Aug. 10:
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