Syrian Civil War: By The Numbers

Part 3: The UN estimates that over 100,000 people have been killed in the conflict.
3:00 | 12/23/13

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On this night the conflict in syria continues to claim lives. More than 100,000 people have died and the brutal mess does not stop there so we end tonight with a final look at the war on syria by the numbers. This month marks a macabre milestone, 1,000 bloody days since the civil war began in syria. That's more than 100 deaths for every day of the world. The assad regime has stockpiled more than 2.2 million pounds of chemical weapons, which are being removed but not before they were used on civilians at least five times. As many as 11,000 foreign fighters have flooded the country with extremist ideology. Nearly 10% of the entire population has fled the country. 3,000 schools have been damaged leaving 2.2 million children with nowhere to learn. This biblical land is home to some of the most ancient structures on earth. The hallmarks that took 5,000 years to build have all been destroyed in less than three. The bible tells us the world's first son, cane, murdered his brother, the slaughter of brother by brother continues. Abc news will continue to follow the people you have met tonight in the coming months. You can stay up to date online. Our thanks to terry for that extraordinary report and the talented team of producers. Thanks for watching.

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