Something along the lines of... “Hey, how was your summer? Look at these great photos! The little one really enjoyed himself. And the weather!” Okay that’s plenty... it’s difficult not to think of Syria, of what’s happening in Aleppo. The photographer Laurent Van Der Stock spent his vacation there. Thank you, Laurent, and thank you to the editors Florence Aubenas and Jean Philippe Rémy at Le Monde. I didn’t ask for permission to reproduce this passage from the September 13 edition of the newspaper, but such a strong call for indignation deserves as large an audience as it can get:
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