Aleppo's orphans replay their trauma with war games in the rubble - Syria's nationwide cease-fire holding despite minor violations

FOX News 

Since the fall of Aleppo to Syrian government forces last week, the outskirts of the battered city have become a mass of displacement camps where tiny children don't play hide and seek -- they play hide and shoot. According to emergency response workers who are tending to the people fleeing the eastern parts of the city that the rebels held, the mental and physical condition of the children is, as one put it, "unfathomable." Many of these children of war are now playing their own war games to pass the time. A food delivery for children forced to leave their homes. "The little boys play'regime versus rebels.'