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Syrian fresh medicine graduates prepare to battle Covid


Mohammed Mostafa al-Mohammed started studying medicine in rebel-held northern Syria to help the victims of war, but instead he has graduated into a world battling the novel coronavirus pandemic. The 29-year-old graduate from an opposition-backed university had expected to be tending to the wounded under the threat of bombardment by the Russia-backed Damascus regime.

Added on the 01/12/2020 06:36:40 - Copyright : AFP EN

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