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Postcards from Beirut: Syrian children sell drawings to survive

Watch now: Two Syrian children have become a phenomenon in the Lebanese capital Beirut.

Date of publication: 1 June, 2016

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Video: Syrian refugee brothers Nassir and Mohammad Ali Darweesh sell their drawings on the streets of Beirut to cover daily expenses and school fees.
Eleven-year-old Nassir Darweesh and nine-year-old Mohammad Ali Darweesh fled from Aleppo, in northern Syria, to Beirut with their father, after their mother was killed.

They now make drawings to sell them on the streets of the Lebanese capital Beirut, where they now live.

This video report tells their story.

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