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EUROPE-MIGRANTS/AUSTRIA
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October 16, 2015
Omar, a 27-year-old cook originally from Deraa, the cradle of the Syrian uprising against Bashar Al-Assad,...
Traiskirchen, Austria
Omar, a 27-year-old cook originally from Deraa, sits in front of the asylum processing centre in Traiskirchen...
Omar, a 27-year-old cook originally from Deraa, the cradle of the Syrian uprising against Bashar Al-Assad, sits in front of the asylum processing centre in Traiskirchen, Austria, October 13, 2015. After fleeing civil war, surviving a perilous sea crossing and trudging through several countries, Syrian refugees think they will receive basic food, shelter and fair treatment when they reach Austria. Most are right, but some tell a different tale. Omar says he didn't know he was supposed to board a bus to Gabcikovo. And missing it left him homeless, penniless and without medical insurance. From Turkey, Omar tried 11 times before he succeeded in crossing the Aegean to Greece. Several attempts failed because inflatable boats supplied by people smugglers were in danger of sinking and on one occasion, the engine ran out of fuel. Picture taken October 13, 2015. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger
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