September 25, 2012
"A boy called Amjad was standing next to me. He was shot in the head. I didn’t realize at first that he was dead. He fell forward on his knees, in a praying position. Then I felt a terrible pain. I’d been shot too - in my neck."

— Munther, 11, recounts being shot outside his school in Syria in a new report released by the British-based charity Save the Children on Tuesday. [Full story] (via reuters)

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    ok NATO time to put that collective military industrial complex to work
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