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Zaman TV: Hussein needs plastic surgery

Zaman TV: Hussein needs plastic surgery

(Zaman Al Wasl TV)- The pictures taken of Hussein may seem at first to be extracted from an artificial and fabricated hollywoodian scene, but with the Syrian condition and the daily tragedies it produces, these scenes have become almost mundane and realistic.  This...

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Zaman TV: Adnan appeals for medical care

Zaman TV: Adnan appeals for medical care

(Zaman Al Wasl)- Adnan Al-Othman is a young man from Suran city, in the northern Hama countryside. He is 23 years old and lives in Suran refugee camp in the northern part of Aleppo. Adnan has been suffering from a muscular dystrophy since he was three years old. It affected his four...

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Syrian refugees invents laser microscope

Syrian refugees invents laser microscope

 (Zaman Al Wasl TV)- Abbas al-Faouri, a Syrian pioneer who fled to Jordan escaping the violence of the Syrian regime in the war-torn country.  He obtained a scholarship in civil engineering at Al-Quds University in Amman, such a great opportunity enabled him from more creation...

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Apps to promote products of Syrian women in Jordan

Apps to promote products of Syrian women in Jordan

(Zaman Al Wasl)- The young Syrian Mohammed al-Rawashdeh moved from Daraa to Jordan, aiming to pursue his studies. He, then, graduated the first on his class, majoring in the field of software engineering. In cooperation with his colleagues, Ahmed Mahmoud Barkisia, and Abdul Rahman...

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