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REFUGEE-DAY/GREECE-WOMEN
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June 19, 2017
Khalissa, 36, from Qamishli in Syria attends the open talk at the refugees and migrants Children and...
Athens, Greece
Khalissa from Qamishli in Syria attends the open talk at the Children and Family Protection Support Hub...
Khalissa, 36, from Qamishli in Syria attends the open talk at the refugees and migrants Children and Family Protection Support Hub run by UNICEF partner Faros, in Athens, Greece, June 13, 2017. Khalissa was asked to fill a heart with colors to describe her past, present and future. Each color has its own meaning. Khalissa chose blue, brown and yellow, meaning sad, scared and happy. "Coming to the Faros centre takes people's minds off their own problems. It helps me to realise that I am not the only one to face dramatic situations... a lot of people like me have left a country that they cherish behind them," Khalissa said. "My husband has been in Germany for two years. A few days ago I had a positive response for my family reunification request, but I have no idea when I can finally leave Greece... waiting is terrible and so exhausting, I want some rest," she said. "My country was very safe and now it is completely destroyed...but if Syria becomes as before the war, I will return home. We must return home." REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra
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