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Save The Children Film Becomes a Viral Sensation

Save The Children Film Becomes a Viral Sensation

A powerful 93 second short film depicting a year in the life of a young girl whose comfortable life is shattered by war has gone viral on YouTube being viewed over two million time in less than 24 hours.

Save the Children has launched the short film ahead of March 15th which marks three years since the start of the conflict in Syria that has so far claimed the lives of at least 10,000 children. Meanwhile another 9.3 million people have been affected by the conflict inside Syria with millions more having sought refuge in country’s neighbouring Syria.

Save the Children’s new film has become a social media sensation viewed over two million times is a powerful reminder that the Syria crisis could happen anywhere.

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