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Syria’s Conflict Leads to Unabated Sufferings, Outlook Afghanistan

The tragic incidents and heart-wrenching stories make frequent headlines on national and international newspapers and people are affected, all around the globe, by conflict and militancy in one way or another. 
Mar 17, 2017
The tragic incidents and heart-wrenching stories make frequent headlines on national and international newspapers and people are affected, all around the globe, by conflict and militancy in one way or another. Despite the claims made by the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) after World War II, the sufferings and anguish of mankind have not been mitigated. There is a strong sense of fear and disappointment in the public air and the rights and freedoms of all individuals, mainly the women and children, are violated in the worst possible way. 
Syria’s war is one of the indescribably life-threatening issues, which has been changed into a global war. The graph of civilian casualties and streams of blood spilt in Syria’s soil increase with each passing day. Six years of violence have killed close to half a million people, according to the Syrian Centre for Policy Research, displaced half of the country’s prewar population, allowed the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) to seize huge swaths of territory, and created the worst humanitarian crisis in recent memory. The UN estimates the war has pushed close to five million people to flee the country, many of whom have risked their lives seeking sanctuary in Europe. 
 
 
Read more at :- http://www.outlookafghanistan.net/topics.php?post_id=17693
 
Outlook Afghanistan, March 16, 2017

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