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Donations pour in for Syrian refugees who lost all 7 children in Canada fire

Reuters Wednesday, 20 February 2019
A fundraising effort for a Syrian-refugee couple who lost all seven of their children in a house fire on Tuesday in the eastern Canadian city of Halifax has raised C$339,042 ($257,357) from nearly 6,000 people in 24 hours, according to online fundraiser GoFundMe.
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News video: Canada House Fire Leaves 7 Barho Children Dead after Family Escaped Syria

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This Syrian family lost all 7 children in a tragic house fire after fleeing to Canada to escape the war. This video, "Canada House Fire Leaves 7 Barho Children Dead after Family Escaped Syria", first appeared on nowthisnews.com.

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