Bassem Rozo, Barbaro, New York Times discussed on Reveal

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Barbaro from the New York Times. It follows the events of one night in the life of Bassem Rozo. An Iraqi man who lived with his wife and daughter on a large plot of land next to his brother and his brother's family. So I try to get up my bid had broken into V-shape. I felt something warm in my back. A Dutch my back, and I felt something gooey glue either it was blood. My foot was shattered. My left foot. I tried to get of beds but ice creams. I did not realize it was my hip that was broken. But I knew there was something. That I started calling my wife. When my daughter. No answer. This everything you're describing sounds surreal waking up seeing stars seeing wood and cement or your wife.

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