On the morning that Sara and her family fled their home in Aleppo, she asked her mother a question that will sound familiar to parents of young children everywhere: “Can I take the toys with me?”
Even in the middle of a war zone, as they’re preparing to leave the only home they’ve ever known and start a new life as refugees, kids will be kids, as this excerpt from FRONTLINE’s “Children of Syria” shows.
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“Children of Syria” follows one Syrian family for three years, from the siege of their city, to the kidnapping of their father, to their escape in search of a better life. Watch Tuesday, April 19, 2016 on PBS and at pbs.org/frontline.
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