February 12, 2016


New Jordan hospital treats worst of war wounded

AMMAN, Jordan — They are among the most tragically wounded from the Middle East’s multiple wars. A 14-year-old Syrian girl whose lower legs were torn off by a shell. A 15-year-old Iraqi boy who was severely burned in a car bomb explosion. To treat such patients, the international charity Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders) Read More…

Wounded fighters, civilians recover near Syrian border

KILIS, Turkey — Sitting up in bed, 16-year-old Anas Baroudi lifts up an orange blanket to show where his left foot used to be, before he lost it almost three years ago in Syria’s civil war. “It’s not painful,” the Syrian teenager says quietly as he covers the leg again. Lying in the next bed Read More…

HEALTH CARE RULING: Area hospitals see no boon from insurance mandate

ELYRIA — The historic Supreme Court ruling that upheld President Barack Obama’s controversial health care reform is being met with mixed emotions in Lorain County by those who are pegged with the responsibility of offering health care to the masses. In the halls of local institutions like EMH Medical Center in Elyria and Mercy Regional Read More…