With ISIS car bombs and snipers targeting Iraqi civilians and soldiers in Mosul, medical care in Iraqâ€™s second largest city is greatly stretched. A Canadian medical charity has medics on the front lines treating the wounded, while Canadian military doctors and nurses attend to wounded coalition soldiers.
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