Und jetzt ist sie eine lokale Berühmtheit.
Six-year-old Nour trained with her parents in bombed-out Aleppo, Syria.
Bana Alabed, whose dispatches from Aleppo made her famous, is now featuring in trolls' tweets about Venezuela.
A picture by AFP photographer Joseph Eid of 70-year-old Syrian Mohammad Mohiedine Anis sitting in the ruins of his home has been widely shared on social media.
Tanks, blindfolds, niqabs and mass graves.
"To the girl who shared the siege with me: I love you."
Russia and Turkey have an interest in depicting the assassination as the result of a nefarious plot rather than as blowback for their own Syria policies.
Bana Alabed, 7, along with her two younger brothers, was among those evacuated from the war-ravaged Syrian city as a tenuous ceasefire holds.
The buses were traveling to the besieged towns of Fuaa and Kefraya, where thousands of people are trapped.
As the horrors of Aleppo are laid bare, experts told BuzzFeed News the government's treatment of vulnerable Syrians was "inhumane and dangerous”.
Around 6,000 people departed the war-ravaged city on Thursday, but aid organizations say as many as 50,000 still remain in the formerly rebel-held territory.
The US Secretary of State condemned the attacks in the ravaged Syrian city on Thursday.
“Someday we will return."
Brita Hagi Hasan, the mayor of East Aleppo, called on European Union leaders to “save the lives of the civilian population. This is the last opportunity to do this."
Despite the outbreak of violence, the first groups of wounded civilians boarded government buses and Red Cross ambulances out of the city.
Pro-government forces shelled the besieged remains of rebel-held eastern Aleppo early Wednesday morning, but activists later said a plan to get rebel fighters and their families out was back on.
"She is a woman fleeing eastern Aleppo," Bashar Jaafari said. She isn't.
The world has watched on in horror to ongoing airstrikes and violence inside of East Aleppo culminating in Tuesday's siege by pro-government forces.
From December 2015 to December 2016, this is what Aleppo has looked like from the inside. WARNING: The following post contains photos some may find distressing.
The city’s bloody fall may doom the Syrian uprising, but that’s unlikely to end the war and headaches for other countries.
"I am talking to the world now live from East #Aleppo. This is my last moment to either live or die.”
There are reports from activists within the enclave that a ceasefire, declared late Tuesday, has been broken.
Waad al-Kateab and her husband, a doctor, are stuck in Aleppo as the fall of the city seems imminent.
After surviving 3 years of war and the shelling of their home, 20-year-old Omar Muawiyah and his family fled their home in Douma, a suburb of the capital, Damascus. This is their story.
"The biggest disaster is that if the regime keeps advancing at this pace and tightens its grip, terrible massacres will occur."
Seven-year-old Bana Alabed is known for her Twitter account, which is followed by more than 100,000 people.
The world-famous author arranged to have the books sent to Bana, a 7-year-old Syrian girl, who lives in the besieged city.
Since mid-November, bombardment of one of Syria's largest cities has been destroying homes and health care facilities and killing and injuring civilians.
"The message is simple and I don’t know how to say it any louder: Stop bombing hospitals,” said a Doctors Without Borders spokeswoman.
“The election does have an effect — everyone is on the move.”
"If the rebels do manage to break the siege and hold the ground, it puts Bashar al-Assad in a terrible position."
Syrian rebels are divided on what taking control of the northern town of Dabiq means — some are calling it part of a victory plan, while others see it as a distraction from Aleppo.
"The suffering of the Syrian people is not any different," Vasco Gargalo said.
The decision comes on the same day that Russia announced the suspension of a deal with the US over plutonium disposal.
The girl was trapped under rubble for two hours.
Gary Johnson couldn't name anyone when asked, "Who is your favorite foreign leader?"
The video was taken as he was on his way to a meeting of the Security Council about protecting medical workers in combat zones, just hours after Aleppo's largest hospitals were attacked.
Doctors in Aleppo are being forced to operate on children without anesthetics, one aid worker said.
The Libertarian presidential candidate fumbled for some five seconds while trying to explain the causes of the Syrian conflict.
Is your knowledge of the Syria conflict better than Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson's?
"The heartache — my brother is gone."
"Some websites," "criticizers," and "internet users" are all the sources cited in a Chinese state television report that's being mocked online.
Ali Daqneesh died from injuries sustained in the same airstrike.
Three-year-old Omran Daqneesh was photographed after being injured in an airstrike in Aleppo.
A well-known and beloved rescue worker was also killed in an airstrike in the city of Aleppo.
A coalition of jihadis and moderate rebels just punctured the regime’s blockade of the city. But can they reverse the tide of the war?
“You can give me that Maqloubeh any day child!" These people love Syrian food. Have you tried it?