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Children rescued from rubble after Damascus missile strike

1:00pm BST - 01:00

Video footage from social media shows two young boys being rescued in Damascus purportedly after an air strike hit the city on Monday. Rough cut (no reporter narration).

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EDITORS PLEASE NOTE: THIS EDIT CONTAINS GRAPHIC IMAGES OF CHILDREN IN DISTRESS THIS EDIT CONTAINS USER-GENERATED CONTENT THAT WAS UPLOADED TO A SOCIAL MEDIA WEBSITE. REUTERS' SOCIAL MEDIA TEAM HAS VERIFIED THE CONTENT AND OWNERSHIP BY CONTACTING THE UPLOADER AND HAS RECEIVED PERMISSION TO DISTRIBUTE IT. IT HAS BEEN REVIEWED BY A SENIOR EDITOR AND WE ARE CONFIDENT THE EVENTS PORTRAYED ARE GENUINE ROUGH CUT. NO REPORTER NARRATION. Video footage uploaded to a social media website on Monday (June 26) purported to show the aftermath of a missile attack that hit the suburb of Ain Tarma in Damascus, Syria, on the second day of Eid al-Fitar, according to the man who was speaking in the video. The graphic footage shows two children being dug out of the rubble in a building that was hit in the air strike. One of the children was badly injured and cried out for help. Both children were taken away for medical treatment by the people who rescued them from the rubble.

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Children rescued from rubble after Damascus missile strike

1:00pm BST - 01:00