Horrific injuries of Syrian boy, 4, blinded in airstrike as family fled war zone


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WARNING - DISTRESSING CONTENT: Jouma still bleeds from his wounds and shards of glass are still coming out of his scarred skin a year on from the airstrike in northern Syria
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