Refugees: Humans’ personal stories, isolated from historic facts, may seem unimportant. However, they are important in order to write history.

The children of Moria

In the neighborhoods of Moria, on the side between the mud and the garbage’s, children play casually, running among the narrow alleys created by tents and makeshift accommodations. Perhaps this is a ...

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The price of migration

"I thought that my life was about to change if I was leaving Afghanistan. Eventually it changed, but that change had nothing to do with how I was imagining it would be" says Ekramudin Khurami, ...

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Syrian coffee

"In a pound of coffee, I want 40 to 50 grams Cardamom and 15 grams Mastic." This is the pot of Syrian coffee according to the preferences of Abuňour. Every week, he was taking a taxi from his home, ...

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Once upon a time in Idomeni.  Not so far…

She wake up in the morning, washed, dressed, polished her shoes and settle again on the back side of her mind, all those difficult moments that she  lived up to reach Greece. She'll refresh her ...

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When light is withdrawn …

When the light is withdrawn from the refugee camps around Thessaloniki, withdrawn the NGO members too. The only non-refugees remaining, is two three policemen at the post of entry, bored and reluct...

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«Salam Asef»

It was in autumn 2016 when I met Asef. Asef Faizi is his complete name. He was sleeping rough with his brother's family, opposite Thessaloniki's railway station. In a park, along with dozens of other ...

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The modern Oliver Twists who live next to us

IT was a few days before Christmas in 2016 when I met Mohib, a minor from Afghanistan in the park across from Thessaloniki's railway station. A happy child, full of life. When I asked him where he ...

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Hamdi, the smallest kid with the biggest clothes

He was the littlest fellow, with the biggest clothes. Big boots, Big pair of pants and a fleece. However, there was a sparkle in his eyes which showed his desire to play football. There have been two ...

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The man who made the refugees happy!

Agony, refugees’ permanent companion around the world. Agony, the only companion beside the steps of every refugee either he had passed through Idomeni, or had passed through our country, even for ...

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A Greek-Australian nurse that goes where help is needed

From the earthquakes of Nepal, to Lesbos and then to Idomeni.  And from there, to Iraq. And from there, wherever, help is needed. This is the life of the Greek-Australian nurse, Helen Zachos. I met ...

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