American Oncologist Asks Help to Stop Turkey's Attacks on Afrin
(VOA): While oncologist Edress Othman works to save cancer patients here in the U.S., his own family faces death back in Afrin, Syria. The doctor, who has lived in the United States for nearly two decades, says his family feels betrayed by Washington for not asking Turkey to stop its attacks on their city. Saleh Damiger of VOA's Kurdish service spoke with the doctor and filed this report.
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Published Date: Friday, February 23rd, 2018 | 04:45 PM
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