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‘War on my phone’ shows Syrian refugees ties to home

By OakTV
02 November 2018   |   5:00 pm
A new film being premiered at the documentary festival in Leipzig, ‘War On My Phone,’ shows how the refugees are still living with the horror of the war every day - despite being thousands of miles away.

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