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Osama Abdul Mohsen (C), the Syrian refugee who made world headlines when a Hungarian journalist tripped him over as he fled, and his son Zaid (R) arrive at Barcelona, on September 16, 2015,  prior to leaving again for Madrid. The Spanish football coaching school CENAFE, in the Madrid suburb of Getafe said today  it is giving a job to Osama Abdul Mohsen, former manager of Syrian first division side Al-Fotuwa. Video footage of journalist Petra Laszlo tripping Mohsen onto the grass as he ran with his son Zaid in his arms near the Hungary-Serbia border sparked outrage this month. She was fired from the television channel she worked for. AFP PHOTO / JOSEP LAGO        (Photo credit should read JOSEP LAGO/AFP/Getty Images)
Osama Abdul Mohsen (C), the Syrian refugee who made world headlines when a Hungarian journalist tripped him over as he fled, and his son Zaid (R) arrive at Barcelona, on September 16, 2015,  prior to leaving again for Madrid. The Spanish football coaching school CENAFE, in the Madrid suburb of Getafe said today  it is giving a job to Osama Abdul Mohsen, former manager of Syrian first division side Al-Fotuwa. Video footage of journalist Petra Laszlo tripping Mohsen onto the grass as he ran with his son Zaid in his arms near the Hungary-Serbia border sparked outrage this month. She was fired from the television channel she worked for. AFP PHOTO / JOSEP LAGO        (Photo credit should read JOSEP LAGO/AFP/Getty Images)

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