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Germany: Kurds worry for families in Syria

By DW
10 November 2019   |   12:38 pm
Syrian Kurds abroad are worried about what is happening in their homeland. In Berlin, they take to the streets to remind Germans of the plight of their loved ones. DW met with one who has made a new life in Germany but maintains a connection with his past.

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