The squalid camp where they are confined is pictured here, in exclusive images shot by the refugees themselves. "We are worried about our uncertain fate," says Erfan, a member of the Hazara minority persistently massacred by the Taliban in Afghanistan. He has been detained in Indonesia for three years. "Most of us are suffering from psychological illnesses due to the long wait we have suffered. "Unless the resettlement countries make the program of resettlement quicker, there is no way out."
A: Since two days I am sleep to Moria. B: Moria is too much alibaba. A: yes, one man is come for alibaba my ausweis. I am speak him finish. after he is finish. understand? Such an exchange would be heard nowhere but the tiny Greek island of Lesvos, where thousands of refugees from scores of countries are still trapped in sordid, overcrowded conditions. Any fluent English speaker could follow the conversation in its essentials.
In-depth: The New Arab has spoken with LGBTQI+ refugees on the Greek island of Lesvos to learn of their experience in the Moria refugee camp. From the gay Iraqi who saw Isis militants throw his lover from the tallest building in Mosul to the couple who escaped persecution to rendezvous for the first time in a refugee camp, each of the LGBTQI+ refugees trapped on the Greek island of Lesvos could fill a book with their own personal stories.
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Selecting a term
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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