Aleppo is the lesson the world always seems to forget

Posted9/27/2016 1:00 AM

Columnist Richard Cohen: Pablo Picasso, a native of Spain, quickly reacted to the bombing of a Spanish city on market day by depicting the horror in his famous mural named for the town, "Guernica." If he were alive today, he might want to paint one called "Aleppo."

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