3 wounded from fighting in Syria brought to Nahariya hospital

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July 26, 2013 12:34

 
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Three wounded individuals from the fighting in Syria who were in moderate to serious condition were transferred to the hospital in Nahariya on Friday morning, Army Radio reported.

Since the beginning of fighting in Syria 37 Syrians have been treated at the hospital in Nahariya, according to the report.  

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