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look at some of these children, amani, a 13-year-old, describes what she doesn't know yet is essentially a depression. i cry every day pip can't stop thinking about what happened to me. what save the children is saying, not only should the people who committed the crimes be held accountable. and the children need psychological counselling to get through what they witnessed and experienced. the worst kind of torture that is -- that these children have endured or witnessed. >> reading part of the u.n., one of the things they mentioned, the situation for children was so bad, they suggested closing down the schools. some of the children, obviously, they're so right in the middle of it. is there a plan to get the children the kind of help they need? or are we not there yet? >> we're not even there yet. i mean, priority number one is getting some of them to refuge rks camps. you have hundreds of syrian families, some with injured children, waiting on the syrian side of the border trying to get to the camps. we're so far from providing the psychological help that the children need.
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