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Generation missing out on school in wartime Syria

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MAJDAL ANJAR, Lebanon (AP) — Along with some 20 other Syrian children, 13-year-old Anas braves rain, mud and cold to attend class in a tent pitched along Lebanon's border with Syria, the home of a Syrian refugee family that serves as a classroom for four hours each day. There are no benches and no blackboard. There are no textbooks and no notebooks. Just sheets of paper and some pencils and...

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