Rula has not had a three-month holiday from school, because she has not attended school for the last three years. With her broken shoes and dirty clothes, she begs for money on the streets of Beirut. Occasionally, she sells chewing gum or roses. She is one of hundreds of Syrian kids walking the streets of Lebanon’s capital.
Two Syrian brothers Bashar, 12, left, and Rasem, 14, right, who fled their home from Hassakeh, try to sell flowers to make a living in Beirut, Lebanon, Wednesday, March 13, 2013. (AP)