First grade students recite a few verses of the Koran. (Photo: Gaia Anderson)
A year ago Syrian school children sparked a revolution by writing anti-regime graffiti on their school walls. Many fled with their families to Turkey. Reporter Marine Olivesi went to one school along the Turkish-Syrian border to find out how the students there are coping in exile.
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