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natebui I guess everyone takes this picture, don't they? 2w

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natebui An estimated 3.7 million Syrian children – 1 in 3 of all Syrian children – has been born since the conflict began five years ago, their lives shaped by violence, fear and displacement, according to a UNICEF report. This figure includes more than 151,000 children born as refugees since 2011. In total, UNICEF estimates that some 8.4 million children – more than 80 per cent of Syria’s child population – are now affected by the conflict, either inside the country or as refugees in neighbouring countries. “It’s not too late for Syria’s children. They continue to have hope for a life of dignity and possibility. They still cherish dreams of peace and have the chance to fulfill them." -Dr. Peter Salama, UNICEF’s Regional Director for the Middle East and North Africa.

Please donate and pray for a hopeful resolution. @unicef @savethechildren #fiveyears #childrenofsyria
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natebui I swear no one likes it when I post a selfie. 3mon

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natebui NYC gem. 3mon

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natebui Sundazed. 3mon

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natebui Still looks good. 4mon

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natebui David Lynch's dreamlike sequences. 4mon

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natebui Neu York Times 5mon

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natebui New year, new beginning. Oldie from a courtyard I wandered into in Paris. (Richard Linklater's steadycam tracking.) 5mon

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natebui Wes Anderson's color saturation. 5mon

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