syrian refugees

Cyprus is the most eastern EU country and located much closer to Syria and Turkey than the rest of the EU | Credit: France24
A child at the Moria camp on Lesbos, Greece | Photo: Picture-alliance/NurPhoto/G.Siamidis
Mohammed R. holding a mobile phone | Photo: DW/B.Stehkämper
Migrants arriving in Passau, Germany, in November 2015 | Photo: Picture-alliance
Lama Suleiman came to Germany from Syria in 2015 when she was four | Photo: DW/V.Kleber
Mohammed Tahseen Beek had high hopes as he arrived in Germany five years ago, his expectations haven't completely been met but he tries to remain cheerful | Photo: Peter Zschunke / dpa
German Claudia Lohny and Syrian Alex Assali found love whilst chopping vegetables to prepare soup for homeless people in Berlin | Photo: Christophe Gateau / dpa
Syrian refugee Ahmed Staifi lost his wife and two daughters in the explosion in Beirut on August 4.
People walking next to a house that was damaged in the Karantina area near the explosion in Beirut Port | Photo: EPA/NABIL MOUNZER
Syrian refugee Ahmed Staifi poses for a picture in front of the house where his wife and two of his daughters were killed following a massive explosion, in Beirut, Lebanon, August 11, 2020 | Photo: REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis
Migrant men holding children walk toward the Turkish-Greek border crossings from the city center of Edirne, Turkey | Photo: EPA/Erdem Sahin
From file: People gather in a protest against the European migration policy, at the Dam in Amsterdam, The Netherlands | Photo: EPA/BAS CZERWINSKI/ANSA)