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Shot in the face by her husband in Afghanistan, former teen bride starts new life in Canada
Shakila Zareen's husband shot her in the face in 2012 in Afghanistan for reporting his abuse to the police. She survived. Six years & countless surgeries later, she arrived in Vancouver as a refugee after the U.S. turned its back.
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