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Paralyzed by a Syrian shell, Maram, 4, waits for the world's attention

The Global Post
02/03/2013

PHR expert Dr. Sondra Crosby writes of her eye-opening trip to the Syrian border where she examined, assisted, and was inspired by numerous refugees, casualties of the long-running conflict in Syria, and by the doctors who continue to treat them.

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Doctors risk murder and torture for treating the wounded in Syria's civil war

Toronto Star
01/27/2013

An increasing number of Syrian doctors are being killed or tortured as the war grinds on between President Bashar al-Assad — who was once an ophthalmologist in England — and rebels seeking to overthrow his regime.

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Reports of Summary Executions by Syrian Rebel Forces Are of Grave Concern

11/05/2012

PHR expresses grave concern over reports that Syrian rebel forces allegedly summarily executed members of the government’s armed forces last week and captured the crime on videotape.

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Syrian Man Shot Smuggling Medicine

Both Sides in Syrian Struggle Must Respect Medical Neutrality

07/26/2012

PHR condemns an alarming tendency by both sides of the violent conflict in Syria to seriously jeopardize the safety and neutrality of medical staff and facilities.

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Protecting doctors in Syria

06/07/2012

The political upheaval of the recent Arab Spring has taken center stage in the Middle East and North Africa. Yet an alarming trend — the systematic attacks on medical professionals, facilities and patients — represents one of the most overlooked humanitarian issues and tactical threats facing people living in armed conflict and civil unrest say Rep. Jim McDermott (D-Wash.) and Dr. Stephen N. Xenakis in an Op-Ed in The Hill.

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