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Churches around world ring funeral bells for Aleppo

Hundreds of churches across the world are ringing funeral bells to draw attention to the suffering Syrian city of Aleppo.

The campaign started in the parish of Kallio in Finland, the idea of Teemu Laajasalo, a local Lutheran vicar. According to Laajasalo, the project was born out of anger and sadness at the ongoing carnage in Aleppo, where tens of thousands of people have been forced to flee, and tens of thousands more are under siege.  Read more.

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