#AceWorldNews – CALAIS, France (AP) Nov.12: Adnan Kurdu has been living in a world of hurt. For months, he has chewed food to the left of his mouth to try to minimize the pain that starts from a right upper molar and seems, sometimes, to shoot down to his feet.
Kurdu finds salvation at one of the improvised clinics that appear from nowhere in Calais’ migrant camp, where medical care for an estimated 6,000 souls depends on volunteers from several countries.
After five increasingly graphic minutes seated in a plastic chair at the side of a dirt track, the root of Kurdu’s torment is removed – and the Syrian is all smiles.
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