File - A Syrian man carries two girls covered with dust following a reported air strike by government forces on July 9, 2014 in the northern city of Aleppo. AFP PHOTO /AMC/ZEIN AL-RIFAI
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More than 17,000 children have been killed by Syrian regime forces since the war began in March 2011, according to a new report.The authors of the report, "Children of Syria, a Lost Dream," issued by the Syrian Network for Human Rights, an anti-regime group based in Spain, recorded the names and photographs of 17,268 children killed, and where, how and when they died.The process of rehabilitating the children of Syria must commence now, especially orphans and disabled children".At least 18,273 Syrian children have lost their fathers in the nearly four years of war, and 4,573 have lost their mothers.The report blames rebel groups for the deaths of at least 304 children, and the jihadi group ISIS for another 37 .
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