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Topic - Youssef Abdel-Jelil
"The children have been paying a heavy price," said Youssef Abdel-Jelil, a UNICEF representative in Syria.
With the conflict well in its third year, the statistics serve as a testament to a gloomy future in which chances of Syrian children getting a basic education have been halved, Abdel-Jelil told The Associated Press.