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Dolls line the side of the road going from Dohuk to Erbil, Iraq Feb 2017 

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Yazidi children play infront of an old police station that was destroyed by the Islamic State in 2014. Two years on, and still the destruction caused by the group can be seen everywhere. Very few people have decided to return to their homes. Nineveh, Iraq Feb 2017 

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A boy stands next to his house in M'am Rasham refugee camp in Iraqi Kurdistan. Three years on after ISIS were pushed out of the Sinjar area, and very few Yazidi's feel there is any future for them in Iraq. Iraqi Kurdisdtan, Feb 2017 

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An oil well set on fire along the border with Iraq and Syria in Nineveh. This was set on fire on purpose by locals trying to burn of the crude oil to leave diesel. Iraq Feb 2017 

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The Khalaf family stand in their living room in Khanke Refugee camp. They had received their visas for America as a part of a scheme resettling families of those who worked with American army in the early 2000's. Soon the Khalaf's will be traveling to Nebraska to start a new life. Iraq, Feb 2017

 

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Resident of the Barracks, an informal settlement housing refugees and migrants on the Serbian border with the rest of Europe. Refugees living here claim to not be able to get into local official camps, and instead have to sleep in squatted train carriage hangers that can reach temperatures of minus seventeen at night. Serbia, Feb 2017 

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A resident of the Barracks uses a shard of glass to shave inside an informal settlement housing refugees and migrants on the Serbian border with the rest of Europe. Refugees living here claim to not be able to get into local official camps, and instead have to sleep in squatted train carriage hangers that can reach temperatures of minus seventeen at night. Serbia, Feb 2017 

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A resident of the Barracks takes a shower in an informal settlement housing refugees and migrants on the Serbian border with the rest of Europe. Refugees living here claim to not be able to get into local official camps, and instead have to sleep in squatted train carriage hangers that can reach temperatures of minus seventeen at night. Serbia, Feb 2017

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Residentss of the Barracks keep warm around a fire in an informal settlement housing refugees and migrants on the Serbian border with the rest of Europe. Refugees living here claim to not be able to get into local official camps, and instead have to sleep in squatted train carriage hangers that can reach temperatures of minus seventeen at night. Serbia, Feb 2017

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Residents of the Barracks keep warm an informal settlement housing refugees and migrants on the Serbian border with the rest of Europe. Refugees living here claim to not be able to get into local official camps, and instead have to sleep in squatted train carriage hangers that can reach temperatures of minus seventeen at night. Serbia, Feb 2017

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A resident of the Barracks keep warm by a fire in an informal settlement housing refugees and migrants on the Serbian border with the rest of Europe. Refugees living here claim to not be able to get into local official camps, and instead have to sleep in squatted train carriage hangers that can reach temperatures of minus seventeen at night. Serbia, Feb 2017

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Refugees eating lunch in a government run refugee camp on the outskirts of Belgrade. Many refugees here are on a list to be transferred over to Hungary, however there is only space currently for 5 people a day, meaning the waiting list to be taken to Hungary for new arrivals can be up to 8 months. Feb 2017 Serbia 

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Mohamed from Syrian Kurdistan and his 1 and a half year old baby boy in the window of their container in a government run refugee camp on the outskirts of Belgrade. Many refugees here are on a list to be transferred over to Hungary, however there is only space currently for 5 people a day, meaning the waiting list to be taken to Hungary for new arrivals can be up to 8 months. Feb 2017 Serbia

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Refugees from Afghanistan in an informal concrete squat in Thessaloniki Northern Greece. Everyone here is trying to get to Macedonia to move further into western Europe. Greece, Dec 2016 

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Women from Nigeria attend a church service in the Rignano Ghetto alongisde members of the Italian church from Foggia. The Rignano Ghetto is home to aroung three thousand economic migrants who come to get work picking fennel throughout the winter. Alot of the women here work as prostitutes inside the Ghetto to pay of the debt they owe to smugglers who got them here from Africa. Rignano, Italy Dec 2016 

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Dolls line the side of the road going from Dohuk to Erbil, Iraq Feb 2017 

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Yazidi children play infront of an old police station that was destroyed by the Islamic State in 2014. Two years on, and still the destruction caused by the group can be seen everywhere. Very few people have decided to return to their homes. Nineveh, Iraq Feb 2017 

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A boy stands next to his house in M'am Rasham refugee camp in Iraqi Kurdistan. Three years on after ISIS were pushed out of the Sinjar area, and very few Yazidi's feel there is any future for them in Iraq. Iraqi Kurdisdtan, Feb 2017 

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An oil well set on fire along the border with Iraq and Syria in Nineveh. This was set on fire on purpose by locals trying to burn of the crude oil to leave diesel. Iraq Feb 2017 

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The Khalaf family stand in their living room in Khanke Refugee camp. They had received their visas for America as a part of a scheme resettling families of those who worked with American army in the early 2000's. Soon the Khalaf's will be traveling to Nebraska to start a new life. Iraq, Feb 2017

 

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Resident of the Barracks, an informal settlement housing refugees and migrants on the Serbian border with the rest of Europe. Refugees living here claim to not be able to get into local official camps, and instead have to sleep in squatted train carriage hangers that can reach temperatures of minus seventeen at night. Serbia, Feb 2017 

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A resident of the Barracks uses a shard of glass to shave inside an informal settlement housing refugees and migrants on the Serbian border with the rest of Europe. Refugees living here claim to not be able to get into local official camps, and instead have to sleep in squatted train carriage hangers that can reach temperatures of minus seventeen at night. Serbia, Feb 2017 

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A resident of the Barracks takes a shower in an informal settlement housing refugees and migrants on the Serbian border with the rest of Europe. Refugees living here claim to not be able to get into local official camps, and instead have to sleep in squatted train carriage hangers that can reach temperatures of minus seventeen at night. Serbia, Feb 2017

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Residentss of the Barracks keep warm around a fire in an informal settlement housing refugees and migrants on the Serbian border with the rest of Europe. Refugees living here claim to not be able to get into local official camps, and instead have to sleep in squatted train carriage hangers that can reach temperatures of minus seventeen at night. Serbia, Feb 2017

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Residents of the Barracks keep warm an informal settlement housing refugees and migrants on the Serbian border with the rest of Europe. Refugees living here claim to not be able to get into local official camps, and instead have to sleep in squatted train carriage hangers that can reach temperatures of minus seventeen at night. Serbia, Feb 2017

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A resident of the Barracks keep warm by a fire in an informal settlement housing refugees and migrants on the Serbian border with the rest of Europe. Refugees living here claim to not be able to get into local official camps, and instead have to sleep in squatted train carriage hangers that can reach temperatures of minus seventeen at night. Serbia, Feb 2017

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Refugees eating lunch in a government run refugee camp on the outskirts of Belgrade. Many refugees here are on a list to be transferred over to Hungary, however there is only space currently for 5 people a day, meaning the waiting list to be taken to Hungary for new arrivals can be up to 8 months. Feb 2017 Serbia 

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Mohamed from Syrian Kurdistan and his 1 and a half year old baby boy in the window of their container in a government run refugee camp on the outskirts of Belgrade. Many refugees here are on a list to be transferred over to Hungary, however there is only space currently for 5 people a day, meaning the waiting list to be taken to Hungary for new arrivals can be up to 8 months. Feb 2017 Serbia

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Refugees from Afghanistan in an informal concrete squat in Thessaloniki Northern Greece. Everyone here is trying to get to Macedonia to move further into western Europe. Greece, Dec 2016 

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Women from Nigeria attend a church service in the Rignano Ghetto alongisde members of the Italian church from Foggia. The Rignano Ghetto is home to aroung three thousand economic migrants who come to get work picking fennel throughout the winter. Alot of the women here work as prostitutes inside the Ghetto to pay of the debt they owe to smugglers who got them here from Africa. Rignano, Italy Dec 2016 

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