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Refugee life through a child's eyes

They are homeless, hungry and sometimes alone. But their stunning pictures show how they have managed to retain some shred of childlike innocence. Children whose lives have been torn apart by war have captured the bleakness, beauty, fun and even playful laughter against all the odds of life inside the Kawergosk refugee camp in northern Iraq.
Displaced by fighting in Syria, the children - some who have been made orphans and crave the peace and normality of a place to call home - were given cameras and training to take photos of their lives inside the camp. Set up by world-renowned photographer Reza Nomade, the 'Exile Voices' project offered them a chance to show the world what their lives are really like. They are homeless, hungry and sometimes alone. But their stunning pictures show how they have managed to retain some shred of childlike innocence.  










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