A Look at a Care Center in Syria Providing Medical Treatment for All Walks of Life (VIDEO)

The New York Times takes a look at an after-care center in war-torn Syria, near the Turkish border. The center, which is run exclusively by volunteers and through donations, can sometimes see close to 75 patients a day. The people who enter come from all walks of life. Some are civilians, some combatants, some are families that have been torn apart, but the youngest victims are just children, most with life-changing injuries, all feeling the cold effect of war.

[New York Times]

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