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Kashmir quake survivor studying in Turkey to become a doctor

A 2005 earthquake in Pakistan-administered Kashmir killed nearly 75,000 people and ravaged the area’s infrastructure. But a child who survived the disaster is now studying for a degree in Istanbul, hoping to rebuild lives back home. TRT World’s Rumeysa Codar reports.

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