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In The Face Of A Bloodied Boy, A Call To Look More Deeply At Syria

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U.S. Navy air wing captains pause on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt last September. Every day, the steam-powered catapult aboard this massive ship flings American fighter jets into the sky, on missions to target the extremist Islamic State group in Iraq and Syria. Marko Drobnjakovic/AP hide caption

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U.S. soldiers stand at a checkpoint around Lakokhel camp in Afghanistan in 2010. Many soldiers return from war suffering from "moral injuries," or dealing with the fact that their sense of right and wrong was violated. Martin Bureau/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Moral Injury Is The 'Signature Wound' Of Today's Veterans

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Classrooms across Gaza are crowded with as many as 50 or 60 students, principals say, as dozens of school buildings have been destroyed or damaged, or are still housing people who lost their homes. Emily Harris/NPR hide caption

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In The Gaza Strip, The School Year Gets Off To A Rocky Start

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A Poet Parses The Legacy Of War In 'My Life As A Foreign Country'

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Syrian Foreign Minister Walid Moallem (left) at the peace talks in Montreux, Switzerland, on Wednesday. Gary Cameron /Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Some of the destruction at the scene of Friday's car bombing in Beirut. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Correspondent Susannah George describes the scene in Beirut

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On 'Morning Edition': NPR's Michele Kelemen reports from the Central African Republic

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In the northern Syrian city of Aleppo last month, there was a class about how to protect against chemical weapons attacks. J.M. Lopez/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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At the White House, President Obama and his advisers continue to work to build support in Congress and among allies for striking Syria. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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From 'Morning Edition': NPR's Tom Bowman reports.

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British Prime Minister David Cameron, who says it is time for the U.N. Security Council "to live up to its responsibilities on Syria." Stefan Wermuth /Reuters /Landov hide caption

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From the NPR Newscast: Philip Reeves reports on the resolution Britain will put before the U.N. Security Council

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Ammunition was stacked up Saturday in an area near Damascus that is controlled by forces loyal to President Bashar Assad. Khaled al-Hariri /Reuters /Landov hide caption

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On 'Morning Edition': Aaron David Miller speaks with Renee Montagne about the situation in Syria

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