Middle East and North Africa

25 years and half a world apart: this is how mother and daughter were reunited

A displaced boy who had fled his home waits outside Hammam al-Alil camp south of Mosul, Iraq April 25, 2017. REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed - RTS13TTA

Meet the pioneers reconnecting displaced people with their loved ones Image: REUTERS/Muhammad Hamed

Joe Myers
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 Farhiyo and Rahma with the REFUNITE Team in Nairobi, Kenya – September 2016
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