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Bringing hope to Syria's orphans

'We want to rebuild the personalities they've lost, and the identity that was taken away from them.'
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Mauritania: Migrant dreams of Europe

A growing number of West African migrants are giving up attempts to reach Europe and settling in...
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Terrified of returning to Xinjiang

Uighurs say China's policies are encouraging radicalisation in the region.
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Syrian seamstresses send help home

Syrian women set up their own factory to produce clothes for families over the border in Syria.

Baking bread on the Syrian border

A Turkish bakery is producing 170,000 loaves of bread per day and sending them to Syria's needy.
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Rohingya children in Malaysia, an undocumented life

Rohingya children in Malaysia grow up stateless in the country where many of them were born.

A refugee journey: All they left behind

Refugees abandon their possessions en-route to safe-haven, as they flee danger in rush to catch boats, trains and buses.

Pakistanis and Indians unite to feed the poor

The Robin Hood Army collects excess food and delivers it to those who aren't sure where their next meal will come from.

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