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Image caption More than 60 British children are trapped in Syria, Save the Children said last year. The UK has rescued a British child from Syria as part of efforts to return unaccompanied minors stranded amid the fallout of the Islamic State conflict. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said repatriating the child was "the right thing to do". He said each case of orphans or unaccompanied children trapped in Syria was assessed "carefully". Save the Children said last year more than 60 British children were in Syrian refugee camps, many aged under five. The mission was first reported by Sky News, which said a repatriation team left the Middle Eastern country with the child on Tuesday . Mr Raab s... Full story

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