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  • we start tonight.

  • With harrowing testimony from one community in Syria, one of the many shattered by the conflict, which started a decade ago this week, tens of thousands have taken to the streets calling for change.

  • The government tried to crush the protests and the country descended into civil war.

  • The United Nations estimates more than 250,000 people have died in Syria's conflict, although the true number could be much higher than that.

  • At least 6.2 million Syrians have been forced from their homes.

  • Another 5.7 million have left the country.

  • And today, a decade on after all the bloodshed, President Bashar al Assad is still in power In Aleppo.

  • In 2013 Lycra school was bombed by a fighter jet.

  • Some Children were killed instantly.

  • Others died of their injuries in the days and weeks that followed.

  • A BBC Panorama team were filming nearby when the attack happened.

  • Cameramen Darren Conway has returned to Aleppo to meet survivors and relatives of those who died, and Darren's powerful report has scenes of terrible injury and suffering.

  • Anniversaries are all about memories, but for Roma they're full of pain.

  • Mohammed Assi scars act as a constant reminder and see him.

  • Gambari will always be remembered by her father, Omar Mohammed, and see harm.

  • All went to school in the Aleppo countryside on the 26th of August 2013.

  • The Syrian regime dropped an incendiary bomb on their school courtyard.

  • 11 were killed.

  • Many more were left with horrific birds.

  • Nearby was a Children's hospital.

  • I was there filming for the BBC that day when the injured with clothes and skin hanging off them, started to arrive.

  • Omar received burns to 65% of his body and has had 25 operations so far.

  • He is never without the discomfort of his injuries or the pain of his loss.

  • Here is Omar arriving at the hospital.

  • He was 17 and this is his younger brother, Mohammed.

  • He's 15.

  • I had a bad lockdowns in.

  • There will be more sorry to bother.

  • Way listened to Feeny, who will say sayonara.

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  • Marco is what is African?

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  • That Now This is Omar's last memory of his little brother.

  • The shot that I filmed of them walking into the hospital together.

  • Mohammed Mr died eight days later.

  • Omar has left Syria and is trying to move on with his life.

  • But what are these classmates left behind?

  • This is Mohammed Assi Had an hour or so He suffered 85% burns.

  • Zenit Malaga feeling Mohamed lives in Idlib.

  • But he dreams of leaving Syria too, so that he can pursue the career that he craves and get the surgery that he desperately needs.

  • It should be short enough so that he had a heart.

  • Keith.

  • Enough.

  • Oh Cramer, who lost their lives here.

  • They want to clap clap behind this to creditor.

  • He followed her to the heart.

  • Why don't you say what 4 23 year old Mohammed?

  • The future is not bright.

  • These are that's all, man.

  • My window convertibility so to use.

  • And it's only a mother of adults.

  • Very material to shover.

  • What?

  • The stock market here.

  • In a decade of conflict, almost 25,000 Children have been killed and thousands of schools destroyed.

  • The Syrian regime denies targeting civilians muscles like read one.

  • Kambara is determined to make sure that Jardin Jawad get the education that they deserve.

  • But imagine how hard it is for him to send his sons to school when this happened to his daughter.

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  • See him was sat in her maths class in school and the blast ripped through the window shoes and bring a lot.

  • Fellow see, Homs injuries were so severe that she was rushed to hospital in Turkey.

  • Her body was broken, her voice was weak.

  • But her message to the world that day was strong, who know?

  • No, no.

  • The final story is so see him died one month after begging the world to stop the suffering in Syria.

  • That was almost eight years ago.

  • Now, Yeah, no one knows the risks of sending their Children to school here.

  • More than C hams.

  • Father Kara Ramadi.

  • Yeah, Madonna, Sharon, William Castle Moat will read a kid not to show your child when have them is warm.

  • The grief and the loss in Aleppo.

we start tonight.

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