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Showing the world how to do it the Canadian way: “Welcome to Canada. You’re with family now. You’ll find the place a little bigger than Damascus or Aleppo, and a whole lot chillier. But friendly for all that. We’re a city that cherishes its diversity — it’s our strength. Canadians have been watching your country being torn apart, and know that you’ve been through a terrifying, heartbreaking nightmare. But that is behind you now. And we’re eager to help you get a fresh start.”

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Meet the 15-year-old Syrian girl campaigning against child marriage in a refugee camp

Omaha Hoshan is a 15-year-old Syrian refugee, living in the Jordanian Za'atari refugee camp who has been campaigning against child marriages for girls — particularly to older men. She speaks at length in a new video by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, published Tuesday, in which she explains why the issue holds special weight for her. 

kana benzer kan değil kan gibi korkunç ve karanlık… kalırız birşeylerde ve kimbilir tanrımsılarda …belki de çocukların hiç bitmeyen oyunlarında

Hasan Hüseyin Korkmazgil

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Serbia, Miratovac : A child strapped with his mother walks with other migrants and refugees after crossing the Macedonian border into Serbia, near the village of Miratovac, on January 29, 2016. More than one million migrants and refugees crossed the Mediterranean Sea to Europe in 2015, nearly half of them Syrians, according to the UN refugee agency, UNHCR. The International Organisation for Migration said las week that 31,000 had arrived in Greece already this year. / AFP / ARMEND NIMANI                        

Greece, Idomeni :  A child coughs as migrants and refugees run away after Macedonian police fired tear gas at hundreds of Iraqi and Syrian migrants who tried to break through the Greek border fence in Idomeni, on February 29, 2016.
Greek police said more than 6,000 people were massed at the border, in a buildup triggered by Austria and Balkan states capping the numbers of migrants entering their territory. / AFP / LOUISA GOULIAMAKI                        

TURKEY, Akcakale : A young Syrian refugee waits for supply near the Turkish border post of Akcakale, province of Sanliurfa, on June 17, 2015. The first Syrian refugees returned to the border town of Tal Abyad from Turkey after it was liberated from the Islamic State (IS) group, an AFP journalist reported. Kurdish forces took the strategic town on Tuesday after several days of intense fighting, which sparked an exodus of more than 23,000 refugees into neighbouring Turkey. AFP PHOTO / BULENT KILIC