Campaign: Save the Children publishes names of 373 children killed in Israel-Gaza conflict
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Campaign: Save the Children publishes names of 373 children killed in Israel-Gaza conflict 1

8 Aug 2014 | Alice Sharman

Save the Children this week published the names of children and babies who had so far been killed in the conflict in Gaza as part of a powerful campaign.

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