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Deportation to Syria could mean death for women, children and LGBTQ refugees in Turkey

Returning Syrian refugees to this battleground would make them the “buffer” between these warring forces, turning more vulnerable people into collateral damage of a greater geopolitical war.

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Palestinian families evacuating al-Falouja village in 1948
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Palestinian mother with child fleeing to Jordan, 1967
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Nahr el-Bared camp, Lebanon, 1951
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Nahr el-Bared camp, Lebanon, winter 1951
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Fawwar refugee camp, West Bank, 1950s
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School in Wavel camp
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Elderly Palestinian couple, Palestine 1948
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Palestinians fleeing occupated homeland
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Demolished bridge
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