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US Empirical Agenda Has Killed Tens of Thousands of Children In Syria

For a dead child who is one of the tens of thousands of victims of a civil war egged on by outside powers, there is no difference between a death caused by an airstrike or a chemical attack: The child is dead in both cases. However, the Trump administration used the gas attack in Khan Sheikhoun to self-righteously appear outraged and smug, while so many children are being killed every day by means of "conventional" war.  Read more.

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