The story began after ISIS operatives left Manbij at the end of 2016, and Yazan and his family moved to their homes and removed the weight and fatigue of camp life.
What did they get later?
Weighs were played by children playing football!
Mine explosion with children in Syria
But the mine exploded in it.
ISIS had it before being expelled from any area it planted with mines.
This mine belonged to Yazan.
The mine exploded in it and lost his sight.
The pain was evident on his features as he told his story.
He lost his school and his lessons
What is the game of football again?
To sum up all his dreams of “normal life like any child of his age,” says Yazan.
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