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Syrian Migrant Describes Journey to Europe

It was past midnight, around one in the morning. They were in an open field staring through a four meter high barbed wire fence into Hungary, wishing they had arrived only one day earlier -- when the government was letting people through. Mirna Marwan Sheikh Talha was cold. But she was more worried about the women and children in her group of 11. Other than her father -- who left Aleppo, Syria with her seven days ago -- the other people in the group were companions they had picked...

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