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Harrowing images of the newest young victims of Syria

Overwhelmed by fear, their eyes heavy with tears, these terrified children illustrate the terrible human costs of the Syrian civil war.

The three small victims were rescued from their bombed house after an air raid in the city of Idlib.

Images of the voluntary rescue unit of the White Helmets showed the children – their faces white with dust – while being pulled into safety.

Small children in Syria are still at risk of the ongoing civil war, as these photos of Idlib in the north of the country prove

Small children in Syria are still at risk of the ongoing civil war, as these photos of Idlib in the north of the country prove

Images of the volunteer rescue unit of White Helmets showed the children - their faces turned white with dust - when they were pulled into safety

Images of the volunteer rescue unit of White Helmets showed the children - their faces turned white with dust - when they were pulled into safety

Images of the voluntary rescue unit of the White Helmets showed the children – their faces white with dust – while being pulled into safety

The shelling is an escalation of hostilities in Syria that have caused the largest exodus of people since the civil war began nine years ago

The shelling is an escalation of hostilities in Syria that have caused the largest exodus of people since the civil war began nine years ago

The shelling is an escalation of hostilities in Syria that have caused the largest exodus of people since the civil war began nine years ago

Brutal dictator Bashar al-Assad, with the support of Russian warplanes, makes his last attempt to remove rebels from Idlib ¿the last rebellious bastion ¿so that he can declare the victory

Brutal dictator Bashar al-Assad, with the support of Russian warplanes, makes his final push to remove rebels from Idlib - the last rebellious bastion - so that he can declare the victory

Brutal dictator Bashar al-Assad, with the support of Russian warplanes, makes his final attempt to remove rebels from Idlib – the last rebellious bastion – so that he can declare the victory

The shelling is an escalation of hostilities in Syria that have caused the largest exodus of people since the civil war began nine years ago.

Brutal dictator Bashar al-Assad, with the support of Russian warplanes, makes his last attempt to get rebels from Idlib – the last rebellious bastion – so that he can declare victory.

As a result, nearly 700,000 citizens – mostly women and children – have fled to the sealed Turkish border in the last ten weeks.

But as the bombing increased and roads leaving the northwestern city became more congested, aid organizations warned that families “could go nowhere.”

“This is, according to our first analysis, the largest number of people in a single period since the start of the Syrian crisis,” said Jens Laerke, spokesperson for a United Nations humanitarian agency.

Britain once supported rebels who fought to overthrow Assad, but by 2017 – two years after Russia joined the conflict to swing the war in favor of Assad – ministers admitted he was there to stay. A British diplomat said that Syria was one of Britain’s “most disastrous” foreign policies in decades.

Last night a member of the Syrian opposition and a humanitarian aid worker in the city, who called themselves Ismail, said that citizens were confronted with “tragedy, destruction and murder.” Speaking from an internet cafe west of the city of Idlib, he told the Daily Mail: “We live in a state of fear where the future is dead or displaced. Many died, many were wounded, displaced, imprisoned. All this, just for the lions [Assad’s] survival.

Britain once supported rebels fighting to overthrow Assad, but by 2017, two years after Russia joined the conflict to swing the war, Assad ministers admitted he was there to stay. A British diplomat said that Syria was one of Britain's most disastrous foreign policies in decades

Britain once supported rebels fighting to overthrow Assad, but by 2017, two years after Russia joined the conflict to swing the war, Assad ministers admitted he was there to stay. A British diplomat said that Syria was one of Britain's most disastrous foreign policies in decades

Britain once supported rebels fighting to overthrow Assad, but by 2017 – two years after Russia joined the conflict to swing the war in favor of Assad – ministers admitted he was there to stay. A British diplomat said that Syria was one of Britain’s “most disastrous” foreign policies in decades

Ian Blackford of the SNP said displaced women and children “literally freeze to death.” He said there were reports of babies dying from the cold and that 45,000 people were stranded ‘with nowhere to go

Spokesperson Andrej Mahecic of the United Nations High Commissioner said that the harsh winter weather exacerbated suffering and that shelter was difficult to find

Spokesperson Andrej Mahecic of the United Nations High Commissioner said that the harsh winter weather exacerbated suffering and that shelter was difficult to find

Spokesperson Andrej Mahecic of the United Nations High Commissioner said that the harsh winter weather exacerbated suffering and that shelter was difficult to find

Boris Johnson told MPs: “This country and this government have constantly pushed for the end of the Assad regime and have led the world to denounce the cruelty of the Assad regime.

Boris Johnson told MPs: “This country and this government have constantly pushed for the end of the Assad regime and have led the world to denounce the cruelty of the Assad regime.

Boris Johnson told MPs: “This country and this government have constantly pushed for the end of the Assad regime and have led the world to denounce the cruelty of the Assad regime.”

The battle for Idlib is a crucial phase of a war that has killed hundreds of thousands of hunters and civilians. No fewer than 3.6 million citizens are now crammed against the closed Turkish border in an area as large as Somerset

The battle for Idlib is a crucial phase of a war that has killed hundreds of thousands of hunters and civilians. No fewer than 3.6 million citizens are now crammed against the closed Turkish border in an area as large as Somerset

The battle for Idlib is a crucial phase of a war that has killed hundreds of thousands of hunters and civilians. No fewer than 3.6 million citizens are now crammed against the closed Turkish border in an area as large as Somerset

“I work with humanitarian organizations and I see all the massacres with my own eyes. As we speak, the air is beating and the sounds are very loud. [Assad] wants to kill all his opponents. “The father of three added:” Although they are a heavily armed army, we are an unarmed people. All infrastructure is targeted. Terrible crimes are committed against children, women and citizens every day. “

Spokesperson Andrej Mahecic of the United Nations High Commissioner said that the harsh winter weather made suffering worse and that shelter was difficult to find.

“Even finding a place in an unfinished building becomes almost impossible,” he said, adding that mosques were full.

Ian Blackford of the SNP said displaced women and children “literally freeze to death.” He said there were reports of babies dying from the cold and that 45,000 people were stranded “with nowhere to go.”

Boris Johnson said to MPs: “This country and this government have constantly insisted on the end of the Assad regime and have led the world to denounce the cruelty of the Assad regime.”

The battle for Idlib is a crucial phase of a war that has killed hundreds of thousands of hunters and civilians. No fewer than 3.6 million citizens are now crammed against the closed Turkish border in an area as large as Somerset.

Innocent victims continue to die as a result of bombing and shelling by the forces of the regime

Innocent victims continue to die as a result of bombing and shelling by the forces of the regime

Innocent victims continue to die as a result of bombing and shelling by the forces of the regime

Thousands of Syrians are trying to flee Idlib for the regime's ongoing offensive

Thousands of Syrians are trying to flee Idlib for the regime's ongoing offensive

Thousands of Syrians are trying to flee Idlib for the regime’s ongoing offensive

During the most recent bombing, almost 700,000 civilians - mostly women and children - fled to the sealed Turkish border in the last ten weeks

During the most recent bombing, almost 700,000 civilians - mostly women and children - fled to the sealed Turkish border in the last ten weeks

During the most recent bombing, nearly 700,000 civilians – mostly women and children – have fled to the sealed Turkish border in the last ten weeks

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