Abd Alkader Habak told NBC News he was photographing Syrians being evacuated aboard buses on the outskirts of the city of Aleppo Saturday when the huge bomb hit.
'We are sure the army is capturing us now. We will see each other another day dear world. Bye. — Fatemah.'
UN Emergency Relief Coordinator Stephen O’Brien cast aside diplomacy to speak bluntly about the rapidly deteriorating situation in Aleppo, which he described as a 'slaughterhouse.'
Government bombardment of besieged rebel-held neighborhoods in Aleppo killed at least 20 people on Saturday, bringing the death toll to over 130.
"It's increasingly appearing likely that Syria may not be able to be put back together again," said the former four-star general and ex-CIA director.
Beyond a single image, a UNICEF official on the scale and scope of the child refugee crisis.
An activist group is using the popular Pokemon characters to appeal to the West for urgent help against the Syrian government.
The war in Syria has killed more than 250,000 people and displaced close to half the pre-war population of 23 million.
Kids were more likely than adults to be killed in air bombardments, shells and ground-level explosives, according to an analysis of deaths in Syria.
Zakira, a photography-focused organization, paired up with UNICEF to provide refugee children in Lebanon with an escape from often dire conditions.
The United Nations says it has stopped a vaccination campaign in northern Syria after at least 15 young children died.
At the Zaatari refugee camp in Mafraq, Jordan, the horror of neighboring Syria's civil war can be seen in the faces of its youngest refugees.
More than 145,000 Syrian refugee families now living in Egypt, Lebanon, Iraq and Jordan are headed by women, the report released Tuesday reads.
The World Health Organization has confirmed a case of polio in Iraq, a sobering development that officials said may be linked to war in Syria.
This is not a war that’s ending any time soon.
Just hours after NBC News' 48 hour live documentary on the children of Syria, a newborn whose twin died in childbirth met the same sad fate.
Resolution comes in response to devastating reports on the plight of 5.5 million Syrian children.
As a child in Liberia, he survived one of the most brutal wars of the past century. Now Saye-Maye Cole has a message for Syrian children.
Noor and other Syrian refugee children were asked to draw their dreams and what they wanted the Fayda Camp to look like.
Maria Assi spends all day working at camps throughout Lebanon, caring for Syria's refugee children.
About 3 million children have been displaced by Syria's civil war.
Children may survive the impossible. But can they thrive?
At a Lebanese hospital along the Syrian border, doctors work hard to save babies in critical condition, Dr. Nancy Snyderman reports.
Amid the harsh conditions of the Syrian refugee camps, children still find a way to play.
Part of our ongoing special report on the worst humanitarian crisis in the world, we take a look at how many children are affected by the Syrian War.
Many Syrian newborns in refugee camps have major malformations of the brain and nervous system due to lack of a simple vitamin.
"Children do not lie," said Juliette Touma, a UNICEF communications specialist and the report's co-author. "They do not change the facts."
NBC News' Bill Neely meets some of the youngest — and most resilient — survivors of Syria's brutal civil war, children who have endured the unimaginable.
In the harsh landscape for Syrian refugees, one baby lives, another dies.
Ways to connect with charities who are helping the estimated 5 million children hurt in some way by the civil war in Syria.
The figures from the Syrian war are dry, but each one is a human life and they are horrifying.
A small child in a hospital in Lebanon filled with Syrian refugees is being tested for the deadly disease.
More than 5.5 million Syrian children have been deprived of schools, food, medical attention, or a safe community to grow up in, according to UNICEF.
A lack of drugs and medical supplies, hospitals and doctors leave Syria's children at risk of sickness, disease and minimal care.
On the third anniversary of Syria's war, NBC News is devoting 48 hours to expose the impact of the humanitarian crisis on its most innocent victims -- the babies and children.
Chief medical editor Dr. Nancy Snyderman shares the stories of the refugee children of Syria's three-year civil war.