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Recherche opérationnelle, MSF, Irak
Iraqi MD Tamam Qasem working for MSF examining the patient in MSF clinic in Sadiya, Dayala with Checking his blood pressure, pulse and giving him the right medicine. Iraq. © Ton Koene

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