Chess and a friend’s notebook help Syrian boy cope with loss | UNICEF

“I lost my friend Omar,” says Moheb, 11. “Before he died, he gave me his notebook as a gift. It’s the most precious thing I own.” Moheb was uprooted from his home when the conflict in Syria started. With his six family members, he found shelter in the city of Aleppo. Moheb often misses his home and his friends. A game of chess offers him some respite from the daily struggles he faces. “I like the peace and quiet I feel when I play it,” Moheb explains. The Syrian conflict has now entered its sixth year. Find out more: __________________________________________________________ Subscribe to UNICEF here: The official UNICEF YouTube channel is your primary destination for the latest news updates from the frontline, documentaries, cel

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