Syrian doctor helps fellow injured refugees in Turkey

A doctor who escaped a bombing at a medical centre in Syria is now treating patients in neighbouring Turkey.

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    The road to recovery is often a long and difficult one for injured Syrian refugees.

    A doctor who escaped a bombing at a medical centre in Syria is now treating patients in neighbouring Turkey.

    Al Jazeera's Mohammed Jamjoom reports from Gaziantep.


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