Classes Resume n in War-Torn Kobani

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With Syria in its fifth year of conflict, most norms of prewar life are gone. Many schools, clinics and other social services have long been shuttered or bombed. But in the aftermath of fighting in Kobani, residents who had fled to safety are returning, and some teachers are doing their best to get education back on track. With Robert Raffaele narrating, VOA’S Mahmoud Bali reports.

Originally published at – http://www.voanews.com/media/video/classes-resume-conflict-battered-kobani/2715132.html

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