war-wounded

war-wounded

pl n
the war-wounded those people who have been injured or wounded by war
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The premier continued: "We seek doa and cooperation of all including the alem and ulema so that we could establish a hunger-and-poverty-free Sonar Bangla as dreamt by Bangabandhu." Sheikh Hasina hosted the iftar mahfil for war-wounded freedom fighters (FFs), orphans, physically-challenged children and alem-ulema (Islamic scholars).
He noted the participation of Al-Samoud Club for the war-wounded in the tournament competitions and the achievements of the tournament of the sport of persons with disabilities from the blind and handicapped from advanced centers in this tournament.
Sawa Bazar for war-wounded army personnel relates another story of determination and steadfastness.
"The ties were a trophy for the war-wounded - but also a means of communicating how unacceptable to justice such conduct was and I'm glad we don't see such behaviour today."
Earlier, the government increased allowances of those awarded for gallantry, war-wounded freedom fighters and families of the martyred freedom fighters.
29 (BNA): Arab Parliament Speaker Ahmed Al Jarwan has praised the Emirates Red Crescent (ERC)'s initiative of providing medical treatment for 1,500 war-wounded Yemenis at hospitals in the UAE, Sudan and India.
There the ICRC has provided a war-wounded kit containing medical supplies to treat between 50 and 70 patients.
The General Federation for the Disabled in Gaza earlier said that more than 40% of the war-wounded are either visually impaired, or hearing impaired, or mobility impaired.
Mary regretted turning down war-wounded Matthew who had a new fiancee, Lavinia Squire.
The conference brought together 55 Jordanian and Syrian doctors under the supervision of ICRC specialist surgeons in the treatment of war-wounded Syrians, according to KAUH Director, Dr.
Hospital director Yusuf said war-wounded patients once occupied 95 percent of Medina's beds.