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BRITAIN-REFUGEE/CHANNELTUNNEL
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June 22, 2016
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun leaves the Crown Court in Canterbury, Britain January 21, 2016. REUTERS/Stefan...
Canterbury, United Kingdom
File photo of Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun leaving the Crown Court in Canterbury
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun leaves the Crown Court in Canterbury, Britain January 21, 2016. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth/File Photo
BRITAIN-MIGRANT/CHANNELTUNNEL
RTX23F8K
January 21, 2016
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun leaves the Crown Court in Canterbury, Britain January 21, 2016. Haroun...
Canterbury
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun leaves the Crown Court in Canterbury
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun leaves the Crown Court in Canterbury, Britain January 21, 2016. Haroun made global headlines in August when he walked 50 km (30 miles) through the Channel Tunnel from France to England, highlighting the plight of migrants, has been granted asylum in Britain. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth
BRITAIN-MIGRANT/CHANNELTUNNEL
RTX23F8J
January 21, 2016
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun leaves the Crown Court in Canterbury, Britain January 21, 2016. Haroun...
Canterbury
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun leaves the Crown Court in Canterbury
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun leaves the Crown Court in Canterbury, Britain January 21, 2016. Haroun made global headlines in August when he walked 50 km (30 miles) through the Channel Tunnel from France to England, highlighting the plight of migrants, has been granted asylum in Britain. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth
BRITAIN-MIGRANT/CHANNELTUNNEL
RTX23F8I
January 21, 2016
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun leaves the Crown Court in Canterbury, Britain January 21, 2016. Haroun...
Canterbury
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun leaves the Crown Court in Canterbury
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun leaves the Crown Court in Canterbury, Britain January 21, 2016. Haroun made global headlines in August when he walked 50 km (30 miles) through the Channel Tunnel from France to England, highlighting the plight of migrants, has been granted asylum in Britain. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth
BRITAIN-MIGRANT/CHANNELTUNNEL
RTX23F8H
January 21, 2016
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun leaves the Crown Court in Canterbury, Britain January 21, 2016. Haroun...
Canterbury
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun leaves the Crown Court in Canterbury
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun leaves the Crown Court in Canterbury, Britain January 21, 2016. Haroun made global headlines in August when he walked 50 km (30 miles) through the Channel Tunnel from France to England, highlighting the plight of migrants, has been granted asylum in Britain. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth
BRITAIN-MIGRANT/CHANNELTUNNEL
RTX23F8G
January 21, 2016
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun leaves the Crown Court in Canterbury, Britain January 21, 2016. Haroun...
Canterbury
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun leaves the Crown Court in Canterbury
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun leaves the Crown Court in Canterbury, Britain January 21, 2016. Haroun made global headlines in August when he walked 50 km (30 miles) through the Channel Tunnel from France to England, highlighting the plight of migrants, has been granted asylum in Britain. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth
BRITAIN-MIGRANT/CHANNELTUNNEL
RTX23F8E
January 21, 2016
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun leaves the Crown Court in Canterbury, Britain January 21, 2016. Haroun...
Canterbury, United Kingdom
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun leaves the Crown Court in Canterbury
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun leaves the Crown Court in Canterbury, Britain January 21, 2016. Haroun made global headlines in August when he walked 50 km (30 miles) through the Channel Tunnel from France to England, highlighting the plight of migrants, has been granted asylum in Britain. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth
BRITAIN-MIGRANT/CHANNELTUNNEL
RTX23E3L
January 21, 2016
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun arrives at the Crown Court in Canterbury, Britain January 21, 2016. Haroun...
Canterbury
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun at the Crown Court in Canterbury
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun arrives at the Crown Court in Canterbury, Britain January 21, 2016. Haroun made global headlines in August when he walked 50 km (30 miles) through the Channel Tunnel from France to England, highlighting the plight of migrants, has been granted asylum in Britain. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth
BRITAIN-MIGRANT/CHANNELTUNNEL
RTX23E3K
January 21, 2016
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun arrives at the Crown Court in Canterbury, Britain January 21, 2016. Haroun...
Canterbury
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun at the Crown Court in Canterbury
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun arrives at the Crown Court in Canterbury, Britain January 21, 2016. Haroun made global headlines in August when he walked 50 km (30 miles) through the Channel Tunnel from France to England, highlighting the plight of migrants, has been granted asylum in Britain. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth
BRITAIN-MIGRANT/CHANNELTUNNEL
RTX23E3J
January 21, 2016
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun arrives at the Crown Court in Canterbury, Britain January 21, 2016. Haroun...
Canterbury
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun at the Crown Court in Canterbury
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun arrives at the Crown Court in Canterbury, Britain January 21, 2016. Haroun made global headlines in August when he walked 50 km (30 miles) through the Channel Tunnel from France to England, highlighting the plight of migrants, has been granted asylum in Britain. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth
BRITAIN-MIGRANT/CHANNELTUNNEL
RTX23E3G
January 21, 2016
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun arrives at the Crown Court in Canterbury, Britain January 21, 2016. Haroun...
Canterbury, United Kingdom
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun at the Crown Court in Canterbury
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun arrives at the Crown Court in Canterbury, Britain January 21, 2016. Haroun made global headlines in August when he walked 50 km (30 miles) through the Channel Tunnel from France to England, highlighting the plight of migrants, has been granted asylum in Britain. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth
BRITAIN-MIGRANT/CHANNELTUNNEL
RTX210LB
January 04, 2016
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun is greeted by his lawyer and support workers from a non-government refugee...
London, United Kingdom
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun is greeted by his lawyer and support workers from a non-government refugee...
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun is greeted by his lawyer and support workers from a non-government refugee rights group as he leaves Elmley prison in southern England, Britain, January 4, 2016. A Sudanese man who made global headlines in August when he walked 50 km (30 miles) through the Channel Tunnel from France to England, highlighting the plight of migrants, has been granted asylum in Britain. The case of Abdul Haroun, who has been in prison since he was arrested at the English end of the tunnel on Aug. 4, is one of the most dramatic examples of a country struggling to tackle an influx of refugees largely from war zones such as Syria. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-MIGRANT/CHANNELTUNNEL
RTX210LA
January 04, 2016
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun leaves Elmley prison in southern England, Britain, January 4, 2016. A Sudanese...
London, United Kingdom
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun leaves Elmley prison in southern England
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun leaves Elmley prison in southern England, Britain, January 4, 2016. A Sudanese man who made global headlines in August when he walked 50 km (30 miles) through the Channel Tunnel from France to England, highlighting the plight of migrants, has been granted asylum in Britain. The case of Abdul Haroun, who has been in prison since he was arrested at the English end of the tunnel on Aug. 4, is one of the most dramatic examples of a country struggling to tackle an influx of refugees largely from war zones such as Syria. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-MIGRANT/CHANNELTUNNEL
RTX210L9
January 04, 2016
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun is greeted by his lawyer and support workers from a non-government refugee...
London, United Kingdom
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun is greeted by his lawyer and support workers from a non-government refugee...
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun is greeted by his lawyer and support workers from a non-government refugee rights group as he leaves Elmley prison in southern England, Britain, January 4, 2016. A Sudanese man who made global headlines in August when he walked 50 km (30 miles) through the Channel Tunnel from France to England, highlighting the plight of migrants, has been granted asylum in Britain. The case of Abdul Haroun, who has been in prison since he was arrested at the English end of the tunnel on Aug. 4, is one of the most dramatic examples of a country struggling to tackle an influx of refugees largely from war zones such as Syria. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
BRITAIN-MIGRANT/CHANNELTUNNEL
RTX210L8
January 04, 2016
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun is greeted by his lawyer and support workers from a non-government refugee...
London, United Kingdom
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun is greeted by his lawyer and support workers from a non-government refugee...
Sudanese migrant Abdul Haroun is greeted by his lawyer and support workers from a non-government refugee rights group as he leaves Elmley prison in southern England, Britain, January 4, 2016. A Sudanese man who made global headlines in August when he walked 50 km (30 miles) through the Channel Tunnel from France to England, highlighting the plight of migrants, has been granted asylum in Britain. The case of Abdul Haroun, who has been in prison since he was arrested at the English end of the tunnel on Aug. 4, is one of the most dramatic examples of a country struggling to tackle an influx of refugees largely from war zones such as Syria. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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