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Ju Nay Say is a refugee from Myanmar who fled to Thailand with her family as a two-year old. She was resettled to New Zealand in 2011. She says: “I’d never been outside the camp.  We didn’t have any documents to go out, so you could be arrested by the police and they would send you back. I found this bag is very important, because it had all of our documents inside.  No-one questioned us because it had all our documents.  Also inside I found the ticket for us to fly to

Ju Nay Say is a refugee from Myanmar who fled to Thailand with her family as a two-year old. She was resettled to New Zealand in 2011. She says: “I’d never been outside the camp. We didn’t have any documents to go out, so you could be arrested by the police and they would send you back. I found this bag is very important, because it had all of our documents inside. No-one questioned us because it had all our documents. Also inside I found the ticket for us to fly to

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Nearly three weeks after arriving in the Greek island of Kos, Laith Majid and his family have made it to Germany, where they are currently…

The Story Behind This Heartbreaking Photo Of A Refugee Family

Buzzing: The Syrian Refugee Seen Weeping in That Moving Viral Photo Has Made It to Germany

Young Syrian Refugee, Erbil, Kurdistan, Iraq | Her family had to leave her home 2 months ago as the Syrian gov was bombing their village. They are Kurdish, so the Kurdistan gov welcomed them in a refugee camp near Erbil, Iraq with 1000 families. They have rather "comfortable" life under the tent, with air con, tv for some, & showers.The rains will arrive in few months and it will be another story. The men do not not have ID cards so can't work.  Even as refugees, they warmly welcome…

Close-up Of A Young Syrian Refugee Face With Clear Eyes, Erbil, Kurdistan, Iraq

It is “virtually impossible” for security officials to detect potential terrorists among refugees as Isis continues to use the refugee crisis to smuggle its fighters into Europe, an official has said. The terrorist group is known to use fake Syrian and Iraqi passports to disguise its recruits as they enter the continent, often via Turkey and Greece.

Isis is sending its fighters back to Europe posing as refugees with fake passports

Isis: Up to jihadists could be in Europe after returning from terror training camps abroad

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Mayor of Jena who supports a boycott of Israeli products, was in Ramallah on Friday meeting with Palestinians.

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