The United Nations children's agency says 137 children stranded in a rebel-held suburb near the Syrian capital require immediate medical evacuation amid a crippling siege that reportedly killed five because of lack of medical care.
The head of the United Nations Refugee Agency is concerned that the Ukraine crisis will overshadow efforts to end the Syrian civil war. NBC chief global correspondent Bill Neely reports from Syria, where 40,000 children have been injured.
NBC News' Dr. Nancy Snyderman joins TODAY from a Lebanese hospital along the Syrian border, where doctors are working hard to save the tiniest refugees. The report is part of NBC’s series, “Forgotten? Syria’s Children of War.”
The United Nations declares that Syria is now the most dangerous place on earth for children. NBC’s chief global correspondent Bill Neely sits down with some children in the war-ravaged nation, who share heartbreaking stories.