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A March 21 attack by the Assad regime forces and Iran-backed terrorist groups targeted a hospital in Aleppo, killing six civilians and injuring 15. Above: A view of the damaged site. Kasim Rammah/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images hide caption

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Goats and Soda

Syria Bombs Hospitals. Now It Will Help Lead The World Health Organization

It was a decision that appalled and angered Syrian opposition groups and international medical organizations. On May 28 Syria was appointed to the World Health Organization's Executive Board.

Eyes on the Prize M. Ward
Lesson 6: The Lecture Jurassic 5
Mission 3 [HK] RAC
Learning Jinsang
We Will Become Silhouettes The Postal Service
Redbone Childish Gambino
Do the Whirlwind Architecture in Helsinki
Acid Raindrops People Under the Stairs feat. Camel MC
Can You Get to That Funkadelic

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How TV Dramas Informed And Misinformed Perceptions Of The War On Drugs

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Goth Star Pictureplane
Hang On Sloopy Quincy Jones
San Francisco Knights People Under the Stairs
Wouldn't It Be Loverly? Shelly Manne
No Dice Beirut

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Syria Bombs Hospitals. Now It Will Help Lead The World Health Organization

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Tilted Christine and the Queens

From left, Russell and Ron Mael, who record as Sparks, photographed in 1982 during the cover shoot for their album Angst In My Pants. Eric Blum/Getty Images hide caption

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50 Years Of Sparks: The World Ain't Big Enough For The Both Of Them

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Dance For You Dirty Projectors
Ideal World Girlpool
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Sahr Tarawaly, 14, works several jobs to earn money to support his mom and two siblings. "I used to like mathematics," the round-faced teenager says. "Now I go down to the beach to fish, to have fish to eat." Jason Beaubien/NPR hide caption

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This 14-Year-Old Family Breadwinner Is Part Of The Rise In Child Labor

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Line by Line The Walkmen
Stranger Still (Daniel T Remix) Vetiver
Fly Mode Odd Nosdam
(Your Love Keeps Lifting Me) Higher and Higher Jackie Wilson
What a Pleasure Beach Fossils

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