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The Caliphate's Kids: Sick Children Bear the Brunt of Post-IS Chaos

Spiegel Monday, 25 March 2019
The Caliphate's Kids: Sick Children Bear the Brunt of Post-IS ChaosThe last pocket of Islamic State may have been dislodged over the weekend, but the extremist group has left behind hundreds of children. They are the group's weakest and most innocent victims -- and in urgent need of medical care.
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