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The Project Afghan Invictus Games Competitors Offered Chance Of New Legs
The Project Afghan Invictus Games Competitors Offered Chance Of New Legs
You're watching The Project Afghan Invictus Games Competitors Offered Chance Of New Legs After last year's Invictus Games in Sydney, five Afghan competitors and a trainer sought asylum in Australia. While their future here is still unclear, an Aussie doctor is offering the men life-changing surgery, which promises them a life without pa

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Afghan Invictus Games Competitors Offered Chance Of New Legs

Tue 05 Feb 2019 in 3 months

After last year's Invictus Games in Sydney, five Afghan competitors and a trainer sought asylum in Australia. While their future here is still unclear, an Aussie doctor is offering the men life-changing surgery, which promises them a life without pa

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