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SYRIA-CRISIS/BALKANS
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September 01, 2013 
Hevin Youseff, a 28-year-old Syrian woman, walks with her children behind a fence at a detention centre... 
LUBIMETS, Bulgaria 
Hevin Youseff, a 28-year-old Syrian woman, walks with her children behind a fence at a detention centre... 
Hevin Youseff, a 28-year-old Syrian woman, walks with her children behind a fence at a detention centre in the city of Lubimets, some 30 km (19 miles) northwest from Kapitan Andreevo-Kapikule border checkpoint with Turkey, August 28, 2013. As Washington weighs a military strike against Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad, the human fallout of two and a half years of conflict that has sent millions to flight is no longer contained to the Middle East. Due to lack of capacity at Bulgaria's three refugee centres, many Syrians are sent to stricter detention centres which they are not allowed to leave, kept for months behind walls topped with razor-wire and windows with bars. Picture taken August 28, 2013. To match Feature SYRIA-CRISIS/BALKANS REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION CONFLICT) 
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