World Bulletin / News Desk
Syrian children in the city of Aleppo have found a use for craters caused by bombs dropped by regime war planes during the hot summer months.
The craters, which have remained filled with rain water, are being used as pools by children looking to escape the heat of the sun.
Despite being muddy and dirty, the children have no reservations about using the craters as one of the few ways left to have fun amid the ongoing clashes around them.
12-year-old Abdulqadir said, "We used to have swimming pools in the city we could go to. Since Assad started bombing these pools were destroyed. So, we have turned these craters into pools."
Another youth called Mustafa added, "We cannot find water to shower. Sometimes we take water from there and wash."
Güncelleme Tarihi: 15 Temmuz 2014, 17:48