Struggling to walk: war-wounded Syrian children bullied

Demand for artificial limbs remains high in Syria, despite the lull in fighting in the eight-year war.

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    Hundreds of thousands lost their arms, legs, or both during the war - especially during the bombardment of opposition-held areas.

    Many of those maimed are children. These children are growing out of their prosthetics and face bullying at school.

    Al Jazeera's Osama Bin Javaid has more from Gaziantep in Turkey, near the Syrian border.


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