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“I remember seeing my body riddled with shrapnel”

In April 2017, Raneen was injured in a bomb attack in Mosul. The leg fracture she sustained has still not healed. She is currently being treated in Hamdaniya hospital, where Handicap International (HI) is providing her with physiotherapy sessions.

Raneen Testimony

Raneen in her hospital room in Hamdaniya. | © E. Fourt / Handicap International

Date published: 12/07/17

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