Greek to me
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Under The Mercy of Potentials 2
Wasn't upset when I catch his clothes this way, he was desperate. And it's not difficult to see the desperation in the eyes of the man.. " when will it all end? Almost my money ends up on this island, two weeks ago and I'm wearing the same clothes that you see it, how long!! " A young man from Damascus countryside, I turned around to do and I saw him help someone, however, he didn't find one to help him.. Like me I - Greece 6 / 9 / 2015 More on the blog:
HOW TO SAVE ONE FROM STROKE AND WHEN There are four steps you can take to determine if someone is experiencing a stroke:Ask the person to smile (if they are having a stroke, they will be unable to do this)Ask the person to say a simple sentence (for example, ’The weather is great today’) - again, if they can’t manage it there is a high probability that they’re having a stroke.Ask them to try to lift both arms (if they’re having a stroke, they will only be able to do this partly or not at al...
Sweden doubles refugee forecast, up to 190,000 expected - World News
Sweden s Migration Agency expects up to 190,000 refugees fleeing war in countries such as Syria and Iraq to arrive this year, putting strain on a country already planning to house thousands of asylum seekers in tents as the Nordic winter approaches.
Instagram post by Open Society Foundations (OSF) • Oct 20, 2015 at 4:13pm UTC
A Syrian refugee with his family just got a ticket for the bus that would take them to the Kara Tepe transit camp. Having walked three kilometers uphill and after hours of waiting he just realized that they had to spend the night in place because Kara Tepe camp was full and Greek police halted the bus service. This is Dionysis Kouris @dionysiskouris, following refugees after arriving on Greek island of Lesbos all week for the #opensocietyfoundations. #humanrights #refugeeswelcome #syrianrefu...
Instagram post by Open Society Foundations (OSF) • Oct 20, 2015 at 5:33pm UTC
Everybody is trying to get electricity for their phones. Smartphones are a very important tool for refugees. Apart from communicating with family members back in Syria, they get advice from friends that have already completed the journey. They are also searching fresh information on routes, police behaviour and messaging new friends they make on the way. This is Dionysis Kouris @dionysiskouris from #greece please join me this week as I share photos of refugees on their first stop in Europe....
Instagram post by Open Society Foundations (OSF) • Oct 20, 2015 at 9:41pm UTC
People rest at an intermediate camp at the junction of the village Sykamia in Lesbos. According to UNHCR, Lesbos has received 220,000 refugees and migrants during the first nine months of 2015. Which is 40% of the 575,000 total who have reached Europe this year. This is Dionysis Kouris @dionysiskouris, following refugees after they land on #lesbosisland in #greece . #humanrights #refugeeswelcome #opensociety #syrianrefugees #refugees