Nahariya hospital treats 2 wounded in Syrian civil war

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May 9, 2014 18:25

 
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The Western Galilee hospital in Nahariya treated on Friday two Syrians who were injured in their country's civil war, Army Radio reported.

One of the injured Syrians, a 25-year-old man, suffered serious wounds to his head and chest. The second injured man, a 34-year-old, suffered light-to-medium wounds to his face.

According to the report, the hospital in Nahariya has until now treated more than 250 injured Syrians.

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