Syria: The scars left by a school bombing


Thousands of schools have been destroyed during the Syrian conflict, which began ten years ago. Iqra School in the Aleppo Countryside was bombed by a Syrian fighter jet in 2013. A BBC team was filming in a local hospital when the casualties started to arrive. Eight years on, BBC Cameraman Darren Conway has returned to speak to survivors and the relatives of those who didn’t make it.

Director/Cameraman: Darren Conway

Producers: Debbie Randle, Mughira Al-Sharif, Joe Phua and Greg Brosnan

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