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‘Political solution is the only option for Syria’, says World Vision

‘Political solution is the only option for Syria’, says World Vision

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‘Political solution the only option for Syria’, says World Vision, on eve of Syria Donor conference in Kuwait.

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World Vision communicator Lipy Mary Rodrigues recently visited a village in northern Bangladesh to see how clean water and proper sanitation were improving the lives of children in the area.

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