These are just some of the child victims of Aleppo as the Syrian war rages on.
Twin sisters Shaimaa and Khawla Saaid lived in the Sheikh Faris neighbourhood in the east of the city.
The 12-year-olds were killed last Friday afternoon when a bomb hit their home.
Syrian swimming champion Mireille Hindoyan, 20, and her 12-year-old brother Arman were also killed on September 30.
They were working in their father's supermarket in western Aleppo at the time. They were killed in a rebel rocket attack.
Mireille had won titles in both Syria and Armenia and was coaching aspiring swimmers at the time of her death.
Mohamad Darwish, 11, and his three-year-old sister Khadijah were killed on Friday when a bomb landed on their home and they were hit by shrapnel.
Their father is an aid worker working in the city.
Brothers Husein Mohammad and Mohammad Nour were killed in an airstrike by Syrian or Russian warplanes.
They were pulled from under the rubble at the weekend.
The pair will now be buried next to their mother and sister who were killed a month earlier.
Since January alone, there have been nearly 3,500 airstrikes in the war-torn country killing more than 2,000 people.
This week ITV News will be bringing you some of the names and stories of the children and young people who have died in the ongoing conflict.