Gaza's children living with the trauma of wars

An Israeli air raid almost killed six-year-old Nama Abu Foul in 2014 and she, like many of Gaza's children, still deals with the physical and mental injuries suffered during wars on Gaza.

    Half of Gaza's population is under the age of 17, but many of them have already lived through three wars and the scars, visible and otherwise, remain.

    Andrew Simmons visited a young girl still living with the trauma of a severe head injury she sustained in the 2014 war.


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