This combination of two images provided by Mohammad B. shows him shortly after he was shot in the face by Syrian government forces in Daraa, Syria on April 25, 2011, left, and a self-portrait taken on May 9, 2011. In Syria, Mohammad had been studying to become an English teacher. He fled in May 2011 after he was shot in Daraa, the birthplace of the uprising. The bullet pierced his upper lip, broke his teeth, ripped through his cheekbone and exited near his temple. The deep, jagged wound identified him as an anti-government protester, which in Syria marked him for death. (AP Photo)

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This combination of two images provided by Mohammad B. shows him shortly after he was shot in the face by Syrian government forces in Daraa, Syria on April 25, 2011, left, and a self-portrait taken on May 9, 2011. In Syria, Mohammad had been studying to become an English teacher. He fled in May 2011 after he was shot in Daraa, the birthplace of the uprising. The bullet pierced his upper lip, broke his teeth, ripped through his cheekbone and exited near his temple.  The deep, jagged wound identified him as an anti-government protester, which in Syria marked him for death. (AP Photo)
This combination of two images provided by Mohammad B. shows him shortly after he was shot in the face by Syrian government forces in Daraa, Syria on April 25, 2011, left, and a self-portrait taken on May 9, 2011. In Syria, Mohammad had been studying to become an English teacher. He fled in May 2011 after he was shot in Daraa, the birthplace of the uprising. The bullet pierced his upper lip, broke his teeth, ripped through his cheekbone and exited near his temple. The deep, jagged wound identified him as an anti-government protester, which in Syria marked him for death. (AP Photo)
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