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Some of today's front pages Aoife Barry/
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Poll: Should images of young Syrian victims make the front pages?

Some of today’s front pages featured photographs of children who died in Syria. How do you feel about seeing them there?

A NUMBER OF today’s newspapers have front-page photographs of the bodies of children who died following an alleged chemical weapons attack in Syria.

Pro-opposition groups have accused the government of massacring more than 1,300 people in a chemical weapons attack near Damascus.

The photos show the scale of the horrific deaths, but also the faces of young children who have died.

Today we ask: Should images of young Syrian victims make the front pages?

Poll Results:

No (2366)
Yes (2209)
I don't know (825)

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