Carolyn Miles, President and CEO of Save the Children, shares a disturbing new report on children living in conflict zones. The number of kids living in dangerous areas has gone up 75% since the early 1990s. Miles says this rise is due in large part to the conflict in Syria, which is in its seventh year. Syria is also the most dangerous place on earth for a child to live. Save the Children is partnering with for their word of the day, "SOS." Miles says there's a serious psychological impact on these children. She encourages people to stand up and donate to peace building programs.

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