Syrian refugee children at the opening of a new dental clinic in their school at Reykxanly, Turkey. The clinic is named in honor of UNC-Chapel Hill dental student Deah Barakat. It opened Thursday, two days after Barakat, his wife and his sister in law were killed in a Chapel Hill shooting. The kids are holding up signs being the names of all three. The clinic is already staffed and seeing patients, said officials with the Syrian American Medical Society, which operates it, and about 30 other dental clinics and dozens of medical facilities for Syrian refugees in several countries.
Syrian refugee children at the opening of a new dental clinic in their school at Reykxanly, Turkey. The clinic is named in honor of UNC-Chapel Hill dental student Deah Barakat. It opened Thursday, two days after Barakat, his wife and his sister in law were killed in a Chapel Hill shooting. The kids are holding up signs being the names of all three. The clinic is already staffed and seeing patients, said officials with the Syrian American Medical Society, which operates it, and about 30 other dental clinics and dozens of medical facilities for Syrian refugees in several countries. Courtesy of the Syrian American Medical Society
Syrian refugee children at the opening of a new dental clinic in their school at Reykxanly, Turkey. The clinic is named in honor of UNC-Chapel Hill dental student Deah Barakat. It opened Thursday, two days after Barakat, his wife and his sister in law were killed in a Chapel Hill shooting. The kids are holding up signs being the names of all three. The clinic is already staffed and seeing patients, said officials with the Syrian American Medical Society, which operates it, and about 30 other dental clinics and dozens of medical facilities for Syrian refugees in several countries. Courtesy of the Syrian American Medical Society

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