Everydayrefugees Photos & Videos

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From @everydayrefugees - Ruqayya Ahmad, a Syrian refugee mother, holds her one-year-old son Ali and her 8-day -old daughter Hikmiyya, while sitting outside their tent in an informal tented settlement in Jordan. Photo by @mmuheisen #everydayrefugees #muhammedmuheisen #Children #achildisachild #therightsofthechild #Childrenrights #HumanRights #justice #foreverychild #saveeverychild #justiceforthechildren #improvinghumanity #globalgoals #weareamplifiers #changeagent #sharingstoriesaboutchildren #sharingstoriesofhope #smalladultvoices

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برآءة من الله ورسوله الى ألذين عهدتم من المشركين ) Müşriklerden, ahd aldığınız kimselere Allah’tan ve O’nun Resûl'ünden bir beraattir (bir ihtardır). BİLGE İNSAN AKADEMİ MEDRESESİNİN TALEBELERİNDEN #HAFIZ ABDURAHMAN MUVAFFAK #bilgeinsana at Turkey

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"I work, work and work since I was born, I wish I can wear school uniform, carry bags and books like other children. I have many wishes but the fact is that I am still here selling bread," says Rashid Galal 11-years old, displaced Yemeni child from Taiz working in Aden Southern Yemen. . .😔💔 #yemen #taiz #everydaylife #refugees #displaced #everydayrefugees #refugeeswelcome #aden #nochildinwar #forgottenchildrenofyemen #childhood #endtaizsiege #childrenofyemen #hopeforhumanity #sharingstoriesaboutchildren #sharingstoriesofhope #refugeestories #savechildren #dontforgetyemen #childreninneed #helpchildren #helphumanity #yemen_cant_wait #actforhumanity #savethechildrenofyemen #savethechildren #NochildLabour #yemeni #child #therightsofthechild

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"When I see photos of my mother now, I feel sad. I know she is not safe. That she is sick and has a fever that is not getting any better. My mum is getting older. If she sits down, she can’t get up. She was very strong when I left the country. Sometimes I am so sad to think there is no future for my family. There is only a future for me. But I talked to them this morning. Even with the monsoon, they say, “We are happy here because we are safe. In Burma, you wake up in the morning and you are scared. So at the moment anyway, if we eat or don’t eat, still we are happy. Happier than when we were in Burma.” Follow full documentary @sbs.online.documentaries

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17 hours ago

We document, help, empower and educate refugees and internally displaced people by war, natural disasters, discrimination and poverty. Our mission @everydayrefugees Foundation #everydayrefugees

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18 hours ago

Have you heard about this? A world-first Instagram documentary sharing the refugee journey of Yunus, who is navigating a new life in Australia far away from his family who are still in a refugee camp in Bangladesh. #Repost @sbs.online.documentaries ・・・ The documentary that we are about to launch, #SheCalledMeRed is a first-person account of a Rohingya refugee. It a highly personal account of his experiences and those of his family in Thankali camp, Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh. SBS has facilitated and curated this documentary and we have created a team of storytellers to assist Yunus and his family tell their story. #Rohingya #RohingyaRefugees #RohingyaCrisis #Refugee #withrefugees #everydayrefugees #standwithrefugees #refugeecamp #monsoon #reportage #photojournalism #photostory #documentary

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22 hours ago

"When I see photos of my mother now, I feel sad. I know she is not safe. That she is sick and has a fever that is not getting any better. My mum is getting older. If she sits down, she can’t get up. She was very strong when I left. . Sometimes I am so sad to think there is no future for my family. There is only a future for me. But I talked to them this morning. Even with the monsoon, they say, 'We are happy here because we are safe. In Burma, you wake up in the morning and you are scared. So at the moment anyway, if we eat or don’t eat, still we are happy. Happier than when we were in Burma.'" . . . #SheCalledMeRed #MyNameisYunus #MyMotherHasina #MyBrotherJares #RohingyaCrisis #Rohingya #UNHCR #Refugee #withrefugees #everydayrefugees #standwithrefugees #refugeecamp #monsoon #reportage #photojournalism #photostory #documentary #instadoc @gmbakash at Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh

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23 hours ago

"My family are all living in the Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh. In my mum’s shelter there are eleven. My three brothers live there—my older brother and his wife Monira have five children, including the new baby. My brother Ibrahim just married last month too. Jares is too young to marry! . I worry for my family. They have a very weak shelter they built themselves. The UN provided them bamboo and plastic, but last year one time the wind came and blew off the roof. Then they stay up all night to hold the roof. Some houses are flooded, and in some places the hills are steep and landslides happen. People get injured. How will they live safely from the rain when it comes? How will they find food?" . . . #SheCalledMeRed #IamYunus #Rohingya #RohingyaRefugees #RohingyaCrisis #Refugee #withrefugees #everydayrefugees #standwithrefugees #refugeecamp #monsoon #reportage #photojournalism #photostory #documentary #instadoc @gmbakash at Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh

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1 day ago

"I work, work and work since I was born, I wish I can wear school uniform, carry bags and books like other children. I have many wishes but the fact is that I am still here selling bread," says Rashid Galal 11-years old, displaced Yemeni child from Taiz working in Aden Southern Yemen. . . #yemen #taiz #everydaylife #refugees #displaced #everydayrefugees #refugeeswelcome #aden #nochildinwar #forgottenchildrenofyemen #childhood #endtaizsiege #childrenofyemen #hopeforhumanity #sharingstoriesaboutchildren #sharingstoriesofhope #refugeestories #savechildren #dontforgetyemen #childreninneed #helpchildren #helphumanity #yemen_cant_wait #actforhumanity #savethechildrenofyemen #savethechildren #NochildLabour #yemeni #child #therightsofthechild

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1 day ago

"I work, work and work since I was born, I wish I can wear school uniform, carry bags and books like other children. I have many wishes but the fact is that I am still here selling bread," says Rashid Galal 11-years old, displaced Yemeni child from Taiz working in Aden Southern Yemen. . . #yemen #taiz #everydaylife #refugees #displaced #everydayrefugees #refugeeswelcome #aden #nochildinwar #forgottenchildrenofyemen #childhood #endtaizsiege #childrenofyemen #hopeforhumanity #sharingstoriesaboutchildren #sharingstoriesofhope #refugeestories #savechildren #dontforgetyemen #childreninneed #helpchildren #helphumanity #yemen_cant_wait #actforhumanity #savethechildrenofyemen #savethechildren #NochildLabour #yemeni #child #therightsofthechild

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Being an Internally Displaced Person means so many things. Having to leave your house, your land, your environment, your friends. With the sole purpose of keeping your family alive. Knowing that in that leap of faith, the sentence of your children is included. Ser un Desplazado Interno significa muchas cosas. Tener que abandonar tu casa, tu tierra, tu entorno, tus amigos. Con el único propósito de mantener viva a tu familia. Sabiendo que en ese salto al vacío, va incluida la condena de tus hijos. #afghanistan #afghanpeople #afghanrefugees #displacedpeople #waterscarcity #portrait #unamirada #photojournalist #people_infinity_ #everydayrefugees at Kabul, Afghanistan

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••• "یادتان باشد، اینجا ما را به حال خود رها کرده‌اند؛ کسی هم از بیرون کمکمان نمی‌کند …" at No Where Land

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Eid Al-Zlefan (father in pink shirt) welcomes visitors in their temporary shelter made homey because of his crafts and ingenuity. He shares his journey from Syria traveling hundreds of miles crossing into Jordan and eventually settling in Azraq camp, about 90kms from the Syrian border. Amidst the safety and other provisions the camp offers, he says that nothing can replace the smell of the soil in their homeland. The 7-year conflict drove over 5 million people to flee the country and displacing an additional 6 million inside the country. UNHCR/V.Villafranca 2018 Photo by @vjvillafranca

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This is the story of Ahmed and his family. They lived in Mosul, but the conquest of the city by Isis forced the family on a long journey to the refugee camp of Debaga. (7/7) #onassignment for @terredeshommesitalia and @aics_cooperazione_it with @eugrosso and @stefano.antichi Iraq. September ‘17 Link in bio #iraq #🇮🇶 #refugees #middleeast #war #isis #archive #terredeshommes #ngo #kids #everydayrefugees #family #reportage #journalism #documentary #documentaryfilm #video #videography #videomaking #film #filmmaking #filmmaker #sonyfs5 #premierepro #canon #lens @sony @sennheiser @premiereprocc @everydayrefugees

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2 days ago

“In Australia, you can have a good life. I work in a recycling plant that is also a nursery. I drive the forklift and do customer service and tidy the shop, replace stock. If I could stay here, I wouldn’t leave this job but I need to move in less than two months. I received my five-year temporary visa last year in April. Three and a half years has to be in a regional area. If you follow these rules, then you can apply for a pathway visa, one that could lead to permanent residency. I’m very stressed about this. If I get a job, I will move. Otherwise I don’t want to move, because I have to look after my family. They are living in serious situation, you don’t know what will happen—any kind of sickness—so you have to be prepared for some money for them. But if I break the rules I have to stay on a temporary visa. Then everything I have done will be for nothing."

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“In Australia, you can have a good life. I work in a recycling plant that is also a nursery. I drive the forklift and do customer service and tidy the shop, replace stock. If I could stay here, I wouldn’t leave this job but I need to move in less than two months. I received my five-year temporary visa last year in April. Three and a half years has to be in a regional area. If you follow these rules, then you can apply for a pathway visa, one that could lead to permanent residency. I’m very stressed about this. If I get a job, I will move. Otherwise I don’t want to move, because I have to look after my family. They are living in serious situation, you don’t know what will happen—any kind of sickness—so you have to be prepared for some money for them. But if I break the rules I have to stay on a temporary visa. Then everything I have done will be for nothing.” . . . #SheCalledMeRed #IamYunus #Rohingya #RohingyaRefugees #RohingyaCrisis #Refugee #withrefugees #everydayrefugees #standwithrefugees #refugeecamp #monsoon #reportage #photojournalism #photostory #documentary #instadoc at Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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2 days ago

Bhutanese refugees in eastern Nepal at Beldangi Refugee Camp, the day before they left for their United Nations-facilitated relocation to America. ____ Bhutanese with Nepali origins have been settled at refugee camps in Nepal since the early 90’s, when their King kicked them out of their own country on the basis of ethnic cleansing. These young girls, along with most all of the children there under 28, had never left a 10 mile radius of the camp. ____ In their orientations before leaving for America, the refugees learn how to board a plane, sit on a western style toilet, and that beating your children is not accepted behavior in American culture. ____ These girls are the type of brave that comes from being young. They were heading for South Dakota back in November. At the time, they couldn’t even tell me that in English. Now, they’re likely fluent. Now, we mean the same place when we say the word home. ____ I slept at a hut in the camp that night, to witness the Thursday morning departure on coach busses reminiscent of middle school field trips. Grandparents who had elected not to leave and those with pending dates gathered like a concert at the mouth of the camp. I am so focused on a young woman leaving with her new husband because she is beautiful. Also, because her shrieking drowns everything else out. Inconsolable anguish. Her sister next to me in the mass making sounds like she’s lit on fire. ____ I forget to find my young, South Dakotan girls and smile at them. I am conscious of the fact that I don’t know how to hold my face. That I might cry. Of my unique opportunity to vouch for what’s on the other side. I tell the girl through the window that it’s going to be okay, that there’s a lot of good things in America. I give her a thumbs up and her sobbing falls into mute, exhausted whimpers. Her husband is calm as their entire families reach for any part of them to hold onto through the open windows. ____ They are probably 22, maybe younger. This, I think, is the bravest thing I’ve ever seen in my life. at Jhapa, Nepal

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Over 5 million people fled Syria since the war started in 2011. They have crossed to neighboring countries in the middle east and some even to Europe in search for a safer and dignified life. As the war rages on, most of the displaced still yearn to return to their homeland. As one refugee said when asked why he still wants to return to Syria, “there is nothing like the smell of your own land”. ©️V.Villafranca/ UNHCR 2018 #standwithrefugees #everydayrefugees #displaced #everydaysocialjustice #unhcr #syria #jordan #refugees #unhcrph #photojournalism #reportagespotlight #everydayclimatechange at Amman, Jordan

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His camera  sees what is invisible to the eye.Share your smile with the world. It's a symbol of friendship and peace. I am happy to say that everyone that I have met in my life, I have gained something from them. The journey that I have undertaken, meeting people from all walks of life and learning from them, has been my biggest achievement. In this journey It is a great honor for me to be able to express my sincere gratitude to #everydayrefugees and a big thank you from my heart to #muhammedmuheisen the awarded photographer for everything you done for us .Photo by @mmuheisen. #nationalgeographic #nature #natgeo #photography #naturephotography #ig #travel #landscape #wildlife #birds #animals #canon #india #photooftheday #travelphotography #art #wild #photo #discovery #earth #natgeotravel #natgeoyourshot #nikon #instagram #naturelovers #of #world #picoftheday

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2 days ago

Photo by @mmuheisen (Muhammed Muheisen) Mohammadullah, a 10-year-old unaccompanied refugee minor from Afghanistan, rests on a bunk bed at a “one stop center” where he and other refugees took shelter in Obrenovac, Serbia. This image of Mohammadullah was part of my story Young and Stranded which was published in December issue of @natgeo Magazine. For more photos and videos of the refugee crisis follow me @mmuheisen and @everydayrefugees #everydayrefugees #muhammedmuheisen #entrepreneurjourney #makemoneydaily #buildyourempire_ #gottastayfocused #makethatmoney #entrepreneurshipvillage #stayathomemums #mlmindustry

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Photo by @mmuheisen (Muhammed Muheisen) Mohammadullah, a 10-year-old unaccompanied refugee minor from Afghanistan, rests on a bunk bed at a “one stop center” where he and other refugees took shelter in Obrenovac, Serbia. This image of Mohammadullah was part of my story Young and Stranded which was published in December issue of @natgeo Magazine. For more photos and videos of the refugee crisis follow me @mmuheisen and @everydayrefugees #everydayrefugees #muhammedmuheisen

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3 days ago

Decenas de familias como esta, siguen llegando cada día a los Campos de Desplazados Internos de Qalaenaw. Huyen de la terrible sequía que asola sus tierras. Pero lo que encuentran aquí, no es mucho mejor que lo que dejaron. Dozens of families like this one continue to arrive every day in the Internally Displaced People Camps of Qalaenaw. They flee from the terrible drought that ravages their lands. But what they find here is not much better than what they left behind. #afghanistan #displacedpeople #waterscarcity #drought #resistance #nowater #centralasia #_people_infinity #family #afghanpeople # #everydayrefugees at Qalaenaw, Badghis, Afghanistan

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3 days ago

Uzaklarda bir yerlerde müslüman kardeşinin senin derdinle dertlendiğini bilmek ne kadar da güç katıyor gücüne. İslam coğrafyasının farklı yerlerinde müslüman kardeşlerimiz tarafından destek amaçlı Türk lirası alınıyor.. Yer: Kuveyt Yorum yapmayı Unutmayınız. 🇹🇷🇹🇷 @smearv 👈 #rsa_rural #awesomeearth #nature_wizards #gottalove_a_ #allnatureshots #instanatureloverfriends7. #visualambassadors #everydayrefugees #refugees #refugeecrisis #crimesagainsthumanity #crimesagainsthumanity . #warinsyria #cristianoronaldo #warinsyria #worldrefugeeday

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3 days ago

Aç Ayasofya'yı, Kapa İncirliği, Sal göçmeni, As Rahibi, Yık İmralı'yı, Çıkar İdamı, Dünya Kriz Görsün. at TBMM

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3 days ago

"We are Rohingya, one of the ethnic groups in Burma. We lived many centuries in Burma, but people don’t know our name. We don’t have a written language. Some years back we did have one, but the government refused to teach it in schools, so we didn’t go to write and read in Rohingya language. So we only speak. We used to have papers and ID. We used to have permanent residence. My grandpa and my father had a residency card from Burma. Step by step it changed. Our generation, we don’t have anything. I didn’t have any kind of card. I have only a family list. I am stateless and do not have the right to live in any country."

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3 days ago

"We are Rohingya, one of the ethnic groups in Burma. We lived many centuries in Burma, but people don’t know our name. We don’t have a written language. Some years back we did have one, but the government refused to teach it in schools, so we didn’t go to write and read in Rohingya language. So we only speak. We used to have papers and ID. We used to have permanent residence. My grandpa and my father had a residency card from Burma. Step by step it changed. Our generation, we don’t have anything. I didn’t have any kind of card. I have only a family list. I am stateless and do not have the right to live in any country."

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3 days ago

"I spoke yesterday for half an hour with my mum and my sister, in the Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh. I told them, “I want to make a history, to remember for the future.” It’s very difficult to explain to them. My family, they haven’t seen journalists, or any microphones. Everything we are doing in this story they don’t know. And they don’t know my life here. Only they can see, on my phone, that I am sleeping on a bed. We don’t have beds or couches or sofas in my country. In my country, and in Bangladesh, they are sleeping on the floor. So I said, “I want to do this for history, to remember what happened in my family, in our country.” They said yes. They would help make it too."

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3 days ago

"I spoke yesterday for half an hour with my mum and my sister, in the Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh. I told them, “I want to make a history, to remember for the future.” It’s very difficult to explain to them. My family, they haven’t seen journalists, or any microphones. Everything we are doing in this story they don’t know. And they don’t know my life here. Only they can see, on my phone, that I am sleeping on a bed. We don’t have beds or couches or sofas in my country. In my country, and in Bangladesh, they are sleeping on the floor. So I said, “I want to do this for history, to remember what happened in my family, in our country.” They said yes. They would help make it too."

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3 days ago

"My name is Yunus. I was born in 1990, I do not know my exact date of birth. I am Rohingya and a Sunni Muslim. I want to make a story for the world. I want to do this for my family and also for the Rohingya people, those people suffering in the Bangladesh refugee camps, and in Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand, and in India, in Saudi Arabia. They have no documents. They work hard and they hide."

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3 days ago

"My name is Yunus. I was born in 1990, I do not know my exact date of birth. I am Rohingya and a Sunni Muslim. I want to make a story for the world. I want to do this for my family and also for the Rohingya people, those people suffering in the Bangladesh refugee camps, and in Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand, and in India, in Saudi Arabia. They have no documents. They work hard and they hide."

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3 days ago

“We are Rohingya, one of the ethnic groups in Burma. We lived many centuries in Burma, but people don’t know our name. We don’t have a written language. Some years back we did have one, but the government refused to teach it in schools, so we didn’t go to write and read in Rohingya language. So we only speak. We used to have papers and ID. We used to have permanent residence. My grandpa and my father had a residency card from Burma. Step by step it changed. Our generation, we don’t have anything. I didn’t have any kind of card. I have only a family list. I am stateless and do not have the right to live in any country. But I can say I am the lucky one in my family—I came here.” #SheCalledMeRed #IamYunus #Rohingya #RohingyaRefugees #RohingyaCrisis #Refugee #withrefugees #everydayrefugees #standwithrefugees #refugeecamp #monsoon #reportage #photojournalism #photostory #documentary at Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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3 days ago

“I spoke yesterday for half an hour with my mum and my sister, in the Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh. I told them, ‘I want to make a history, to remember for the future.’ It’s very difficult to explain to them. My family, they haven’t seen journalists, or any microphones. Everything we are doing in this story they don’t know. And they don’t know my life here. Only they can see, on my phone, that I am sleeping on a bed. We don’t have beds or couches or sofas in my country. In my country, and in Bangladesh, they are sleeping on the floor. So I said, ‘I want to do this for history, to remember what happened in my family, in our country.’ They said yes. They would help make it too.” #SheCalledMeRed #IamYunus #Rohingya #RohingyaRefugees #RohingyaCrisis #Refugee #withrefugees #everydayrefugees #standwithrefugees #refugeecamp #monsoon #reportage #photojournalism #photostory #documentary at Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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“My name is Yunus. I was born in 1990, I do not know my exact date of birth. I am Rohingya and a Sunni Muslim. I want to make a story for the world. I want to do this for my family and also for the Rohingya people, those people suffering in the Bangladesh refugee camps, and in Malaysia, Indonesia and Thailand, and in India, in Saudi Arabia. They have no documents. They work hard and they hide.” #SheCalledMeRed #IamYunus #Rohingya #RohingyaRefugees #RohingyaCrisis #Refugee #withrefugees #everydayrefugees #standwithrefugees #refugeecamp #monsoon #reportage #photojournalism #photostory #documentary at Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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3 days ago

Osman Gazi'nin İslam Ahkamına sadakatini, Edebalinin aşkını, Dursun Fakih'in (r.anhum) ihlasını kuşanırsak Doğu Romaya rağmen Söğüt'ten bir Cihan Devleti çıkaran Allah Azze ve Celle, ABD ve kölelerine rağmen ANADOLU'dan Ümmetin hamisi olacak bir Dünya Devleti çıkarmaya kadirdir. #getoutside #getoutstayout #exploremore #theglobewanderer #letsgosomewhere #campvibes #optoutside #earthfocus #rei1440project #liveoutdoors #travelstoke #nakedplanet #naturephoto #main_vision #landscape_captures #awesome_earthpix #natureaddict #rsa_rural #awesomeearth #nature_wizards #gottalove_a_ #allnatureshots #instanatureloverfriends7. #visualambassadors #everydayrefugees #refugees #refugeecrisis #crimesagainsthumanity at Cumhurbaşkanı Erdoğan

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