Inside harrowing journey out of Gaza for wounded children

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They are children of war, finally getting the help they desperately need — some 50 children from Gaza with fractures, head injuries and some with cancer. We follow their journey out of Gaza, into Egypt and finally the United Arab Emirates. NBC’s Hala Gorani reports.


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