Working With the Dead to Make a Living: Two Syrian Children Dig Graves for Their Livelihood

Ahmed, a 15-year-old child, digging a grave and preparing it to place a body that belongs to a Syrian in Idlib countryside (Al Jazeera)
Ahmed digs the grave with a depth of one meter or more, according to the wishes of the family of the deceased (Al Jazeera)
Going to the cemetery has become a normal daily task as a means for making a living for Ahmed and his companions. (Al Jazeera)
Graves being prepared to receive the dead (Al Jazeera)

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