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La vie dans un camps de réfugiés syriens - Géo Ado - Unicef

La vie dans un camps de réfugiés syriens - Géo Ado - Unicef

hUNGRÍA: Un tren abarrotado de refugiados que había partido desde Budapest hacia la ciudad de Sopron, en el noreste de Hungría, junto a la frontera con Austria, fue detenido cerca de un campo de...

Shocking moment desperate father throws himself, his wife and baby onto rail tracks in Hungary after realising their ‘train to Austria’ is actually taking them to a refugee camp - Dobetter

Striking Photos Of WWII Refugees Escaping to Safety In Syria

Colourized Photo of European Refugees Fleeing to Syria/Palestine/Egypt (World War

Can Iraqi Christianity survive Exile at hands of ISIL? - http://www.juancole.com/2014/11/christianity-survive-exile.html

The yard of Mar Eliya Church in the city of Irbil in Iraqi Kurdistan has been converted into a camp for Christians, more than 200 families who escaped the ex.

Among the 1.5 million Syrian refugees in tent cities cobbled together near the border are thousands of youths who have lost access to a formal education.

For Children in Turkish Refugee Camps, School's Out

Syrian Kurds carry their belongings after crossing the Syrian-Turkish border at the southeastern town of Suruc in Sanliurfa province.

From Yarmouk Refugee Camp, Syria,  Pray for all powerless, weak and poor people all over the world.

From Yarmouk Refugee Camp, Syria, Pray for all powerless, weak and poor people all over the world.

Oma Salema, 12, holds her undernourished brother Ayub Khan, 1, at a camp for Rohingya in Sittwe, Myanmar. The government of Myanmar says it is determined to stop the departures of migrants fleeing religious persecution in places like Sittwe, but it will not budge in its refusal to address the conditions driving the exodus across the sea. June 5, 2015.

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SITTWE, MYANMAR A Rohingya girl held her undernourished brother in a squalid camp. Persecution forced thousands of Rohingya to flee the country. Tomas Munita for The New York TimesThe Year in Pictures 2015 - The New York Times

Migrants walking past a church, escorted by Slovenian riot police officers to a registration camp outside Dobova, Slovenia. The Balkan nations along the path of the migration through Europe were overwhelmed by the record numbers of migrants crossing their borders. Oct. 22, 2015. Sergey Ponomarev for The New York Times Related:  Overseas Press Club Photo Awards

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Migrants walking past a church, escorted by Slovenian riot police to a registration camp outside Dobova, Slovenia.

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