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These Haunting Image Show The Disastrous Life Syrian Kids Live In Refuge Camps

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By now the news about the crisis in Syria has become an everyday affair. Yet even everyday affairs like food, shelter and sanitation are a rare delicacy for the Syrian migrants who are taking refuge at the borders of many European nations.

Thousands of refugees are counting days at the Hungarian border desperately waiting for the borders to open so that they can pass through Hungary and reach Germany. At the border gates, people keep shouting “open the doors” and children wail while living in conditions so bad that they can bring even the coldest heart to tears.

Photojournalist Magnus Wennman met numerous migrants in refugee camps making their journeys through Europe and he photographed the conditions they live in. In his photo series ‘Where the children sleep,’ he has clicked many children sleeping in the worst conditions possible.

1. Lamar, 5 years old at Hungary border barely survived a bomb blast at her place

 

2. Mahdi, 1.5 years old has already experienced tear gas, water cannons and fights

 

3. Abdul Karim, 17 years old is away from his family in Syria as he was the only one who could flee

 

4. Ahmad, 7 years old was hit by a shrapnel on his head. He has been sleeping on the roads for last month now

 

5. Shehd, 7 years old was once a playful kid. Now, she barely talks. Never plays.

 

6. Sham, 1-year-old and his mother missed the last train to Austria. Now they wait at the Hungarian borders.

 

7. Abdullah, 5 years old saw his sister being killed in front of him. He gets nightmares everyday, if ever he gets any sleep.

 

8. Ahmed, 6 years old lost his father in North Syria. Now he moves with his uncles.

 

9. Maram, 8 years old was in a coma. She has a broken jaw and can’t speak anymore.

 

10. Ralia, 7 and Rahaf, 13 years old lost their mother and brother in a grenade attack

 

11. Moyad, 5 years old saw his mother die right next to him while he held her hand in a bomb blast

 

12. Fara, 2 years old loves soccer. She wishes she can see a real ball someday.

You can check more of Magnus’ work here.

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