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Little Syrian refugees sleep rough, full of nightmares

US Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) (L) talks with Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) during a rally with fellow Democrats before voting on H.R. 1, or the People Act, on the East Steps of the US Capitol on March 08, 2019 in Washington, DC. (AFP photo)
Two-year-old Fara tries to sleep in Azraq, Jordan. (Photo by Magnus Wennman)

More than a million Syrian children have been taken away by the harsh blows of war and thrown into the uncertain world of refugees since the outbreak of foreign-backed militancy in the Arab country in 2011. Their restless sleep on tough makeshift beds or even on hard, wet or cold ground is frequently haunted by petrifying nightmares of horrendous events they have left behind.   

Five-year-old Lamar in Horgos, Serbia (Photo by Magnus Wennman)
Five-year-old Abdullah outside a railway station in Belgrade, Serbia (Photo by Magnus Wennman)
Seven-year-old Ahmad in Horgos, Hungary (Photo by Magnus Wennman)
Six-year-old Ahmed in Horgos, Hungary (Photo by Magnus Wennman)
Two-year-old Iman on a hospital bed in Azraq, Jordan (Photo by Magnus Wennman)
One and a half year-old Mahdi in Horgos, Hungary (Photo by Magnus Wennman)
Eight-year-old Maram in Amman, Jordan (Photo by Magnus Wennman)
Five-year-old Tamam in Azraq, Jordan (Photo by Magnus Wennman)
Five-year-old Walaa in Dar-El-Ias refugee camp, Lebanon (Photo by Magnus Wennman)
Seven-year-old Shehd in Hungary (Photo by Magnus Wennman)
Twenty-months-old Amir is trying to sleep in Lebanon. (Photo by Magnus Wennman)

 


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