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Bushr Al Tawashi is carried by his mother, Arin Al Dakkar, outside of a private Sigma TV station in Nicosia, Cyprus, on Oct. 26, 2012. The 2-year-old Syrian boy, who was believed dead after his family inadvertently left him behind as they fled shelling in Damascus last summer, was been reunited with his parents in Cyprus, a lawyer said. (Associated Press)
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Bushr Al Tawashi is carried by his mother, Arin Al Dakkar, outside of a private Sigma TV station in Nicosia, Cyprus, on Oct. 26, 2012. The 2-year-old Syrian boy, who was believed dead after his family inadvertently left him behind as they fled shelling in Damascus last summer, was been reunited with his parents in Cyprus, a lawyer said. (Associated Press)

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