The Boy in the Photograph

Kelly, James
April 2003
Time;4/21/2003, Vol. 161 Issue 16, p8
Follows up on the condition of Ali Ismail Abbas, a 12-year-old boy who suffered burns and the loss of both arms after a missile hit his home in Baghdad, Iraq. Mention that the boy appeared in a photograph taken by Yuri Kozyrev which appeared in a previous issue of 'TIME' and showed Abbas at al Kindi hospital; Indication that readers wanted to know about him and if any other family members survived; Details of his health; Condition of the facility he was in; His move to a hospital in Saddam City; His need to be treated in a sterilized location.


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