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PDK-Iran
Koye
By Jawdat Ahmed
21 May 2014

PDK is try in every year all Pichermaga walking in the Mountains to be survivor and how to be keep body in the war when the fight with Iran army in the is training many new Pichermaga leaning how to make cook and shooting and a long time walking by feet up and down.

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World Largest Dolma Feast in Erbil (1...
By Stefanos
03 May 2014

kawergosk Camp. More than 16.000 Syrian refugees are living in there. 1.600 are children.
Medes school of Erbil organised an event with the biggest Dolma in world. Here are Syrian Refugees students waiting in the line to take Dolma and Juice!!!

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World Largest Dolma Feast in Erbil (1...
By Stefanos
03 May 2014

In Kawergosk Camp in Erbil more than 16.000 Syrian Refugees are living. There are also 1.600 children. They are studing there. Medes School of Erbil Organised an Event with the Biggest Dolma ever in World for Syrian Refugees . Here are a Syrian refugee student taking Dolma and Juice from the Organiseres.

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World Largest Dolma Feast in Erbil (1...
By Stefanos
03 May 2014

More than 40 Student of ''Medes School'' in Erbil Organised an event with the Biggest Dolma ever in World to give food to Syrian Refugees in Kawergosk Camp and also get a chance to get in World Record Guinness Book.
Here are some of the Students of Medes school in Erbil with the Biggest Dolma.

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World Largest Dolma Feast in Erbil (3...
By Stefanos
03 May 2014

Medes School in Erbil of Kurdistan (North Iraq) organized an Event With the ''Biggest dolma Feast'' for Syrian Refugees ! Also they hoped to Get in World Record Guinnes book with this event!!!

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Clowns In Syrian Camps
By Younes Mohammad
24 Apr 2014

Darashakran Syrian Refugee camp,Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan: Students Sit ground Of One of clowns and talking with her after finish the performance.
Three Clowns comes from CMSF From belgium they doing somethings funny in two days (24 & 25 April 2014) in this camp, around four hundred kids look at their show in each performance.

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Clowns In Syrian Camps
By Younes Mohammad
24 Apr 2014

Darashakran Syrian Refugee camp,Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan: One teacher and her Students Sit at the ground and look at Clowns performance behind of their school.
Three Clowns comes from CMSF From belgium they doing somethings funny in two days (24 & 25 April 2014) in this camp, around four hundred kids look at their show in each performance.

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Clowns In Syrian Camps
By Younes Mohammad
23 Apr 2014

Darashakran Syrian Refugee camp,Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan: more than four hundreds of syrian refugees kid sit at group of their school and look at clowns performance during their show.
Three Clowns comes from CMSF From belgium they doing somethings funny in two days (24 & 25 April 2014) in this camp, around four hundred kids look at their show in each performance.

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Clowns In Syrian Camps
By Younes Mohammad
21 Apr 2014

Kawargosk Syrian Refugee camp,Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan: Student look at Clowns Performance in their School.
Three Clowns comes from CMSF From belgium they doing somethings funny in two days (20 & 21 April 2014) in this camp, around Six hundred Students look at their show in each performance.

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Clowns In Syrian Camps
By Younes Mohammad
16 Apr 2014

Baserma Syrian Refugee camp,Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan: One of clowns doing performance for syrian students that comes from school.
Three Clowns comes from CMSF From belgium they doing somethings funny in two days (15 & 16 April 2014) in this camp, around fine hundred kids look at their show in each performance.

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Clowns In Syrian Camps
By Younes Mohammad
16 Apr 2014

Baserma Syrian Refugee camp,Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan: Two of clowns show performance for kids.
Three Clowns comes from CMSF From belgium they doing somethings funny in two days (15 & 16 April 2014) in this camp, around fine hundred kids look at their show.

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Clowns In Syrian Camps
By Younes Mohammad
15 Apr 2014

Baserma Syrian Refugee camp,Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan: One of clowns doing performance for syrian students that comes from school.
Three Clowns comes from CMSF From belgium they doing somethings funny in two days (15 & 16 April 2014) in this camp, around fine hundred kids look at their show in each performance.

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Clowns In Syrian Camps
By Younes Mohammad
15 Apr 2014

Baserma Syrian Refugee camp,Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan: One of clowns doing performance for syrian students that comes from school.
Three Clowns comes from CMSF From belgium they doing somethings funny in two days (15 & 16 April 2014) in this camp, around fine hundred kids look at their show in each performance.

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Clowns In Syrian Camps
By Younes Mohammad
15 Apr 2014

Baserma Syrian Refugee camp,Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan: clowns doing performance for syrian students that comes from school.
Three Clowns comes from CMSF From belgium they doing somethings funny in two days (15 & 16 April 2014) in this camp, around fine hundred kids look at their show in each performance.

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Clowns In Syrian Camps
By Younes Mohammad
15 Apr 2014

Baserma Syrian Refugee camp,Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan: One of clowns doing performance for syrian students that comes from school.
Three Clowns comes from CMSF From belgium they doing somethings funny in two days (15 & 16 April 2014) in this camp, around fine hundred kids look at their show in each performance.

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Clowns In Syrian Camps
By Younes Mohammad
15 Apr 2014

Baserma Syrian Refugee camp,Erbil, Iraqi Kurdistan: One of clowns Bring students from school to place of performance.
Three Clowns comes from CMSF From belgium they doing somethings funny in two days (15 & 16 April 2014) in this camp, around fine hundred kids look at their show in each performance.

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Kawrgosk refugee camp
By Victor Point
14 Apr 2014

The camp was built to host 10,000 people but is now home to more than 12,000. They mainly come from the area of Qamlishi in Syria and have fled the fighting between regime troops and the rebels.

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Kawrgosk refugee camp
By Victor Point
14 Apr 2014

A refugee holding the currency exchange shop. He also sells sim cards. Refugees work inside or outside the camp to earn some money. Their income allows them to buy items they don't get with the humanitarian aid. Working outside the camp is also a way for them to be partly integrated in the economic life of the region.

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Kawrgosk refugee camp
By Victor Point
14 Apr 2014

These two teenagers manage a clothing store, instead of going to school, to make money and help their families.

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Kawrgosk refugee camp
By Victor Point
14 Apr 2014

Children make up half of the population of the camp. School is not mandatory and many of them don't attend. They wander in the alleys, playing in dust ditches and flying small kites.

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Kawrgosk refugee camp
By Victor Point
14 Apr 2014

Children go to school until 3 pm. Teachers are all refugees living in the camp. After class, they play in the camp or learn traditional Kurdish dance.

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Kawrgosk refugee camp
By Victor Point
14 Apr 2014

Children go to school until 3 pm. Teachers are all refugees living in the camp. After class, they play in the camp or learn traditional Kurdish dance.

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Kawrgosk refugee camp
By Victor Point
14 Apr 2014

Many shops, like this "supermarket", have popped up inside the camp. They allow refugees to earn some money, find items they don't get through humanitarian aid, and help recreate the atmosphere of a city with barber shops, clothing stores, photo and video studios, etc.

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Kawrgosk refugee camp
By Victor Point
14 Apr 2014

Many refugees are college graduates and used to work in the oil industry in Syria. But in Iraqi kurdistan, the authorities allow them to work only in low-paying manual jobs, showing the limits of the "Kurdish fraternity".

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Kawrgosk refugee camp
By Victor Point
14 Apr 2014

Refugees receive humanitarian aid every month. The boxes contain food and hygienic products. Many refugees complain about the lack of medicines. They usually buy the rest of the items they need thanks to the money they earn by working outside or inside the camp.

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Kawrgosk refugee camp
By Victor Point
14 Apr 2014

Mnedy, 36, is the chief of the G block. The camp is divided in blocks, from A to R, with around 100 tents per block. 530 people live in the G block. The chief must report all the problems of his block and has to make sure supplies are equally distributed among inhabitants. Mnedy said there are not many big problems in the camp, except for the lack of medicines and the fact that he is not paid for the work he does has a chief.

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Kawrgosk refugee camp
By Victor Point
14 Apr 2014

Aven (7), Wael (4), Muamed (2 months, born in the tent) have been living in this tent with their parents since August 2013, after several months of waiting at the border. They come from Al-Malikiyah, also known as Derik in Kurdish. The other refugees are mostly from Al-Maabadah. They don't attend school, as it not mandatory in the camp.

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Kawrgosk refugee camp
By Victor Point
14 Apr 2014

Tents are about 10 square meters. Each family is given one, which can accommodate up to seven people.

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Kawrgosk refugee camp
By Victor Point
14 Apr 2014

The camp is located one hour from Erbil, the capital of the Iraqi Kurdistan region. It was opened in August 2013, after the reopening of the borders with Syria. Around 12,00 refugees, mostly Syrian Kurdish, are packed in 1800 tents. Men who work outside the camp are only allowed to do low-paid manual jobs, while many of them hold a university diploma.

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Kawrgosk refugee camp
By Victor Point
14 Apr 2014

Children can't leave the camp, and there is no class for those under seven years-old. School is not mandatory and many of them don't attend. They wander in alleys, playing in the dust ditches and flying small kites.

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Kawrgosk refugee camp
By Victor Point
14 Apr 2014

A repairman in the camp. His job is to repair anything that has been broken, using any materials and tools he can find.

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Kawrgosk refugee camp
By Victor Point
14 Apr 2014

About 516 tents built on concrete foundations are about to be finished in the camp.

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Mass Wedding in Erbel, Kurdistan
Erbil, Iraq
By Jawdat Ahmed
09 Apr 2014

Twenty four couples, all Syrian refugees living in camps in Iraqi Kurdistan, were married in a mass wedding ceremony in Erbil on December 25th. The event was sponsored and paid for by the President of the Kurdistan Regional Government, Massoud Barzani and the non-profit Gine Organization in an effort to bring some happiness to those who have sought asylum from the civil war in Syria.

دكتورة جين - مديرة منظمة جين Dr. Gine - Director of Gine organisation

السيد تحسين - عضو منظمة يو بي بي Mr. Tahsin - UPP organisation member

سعيد كبارة - فنان سوري Saiid Kabbara - Syrian artist

يوسف الشيخ موس - محام Youssef al Sheikh Mouss - Lawyer

قصي - عريس، لاجئ سوري Koussai - Groom, Syrian refugee

شيفان - عريس، لاجئ سوري Shevan - Groom, Syrian refugee

محمد - عريس، لاجئ سوري Mohamad - Groom, Syrian refugee

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“The future Syria mustn’t be divided”
Qandil Mountains, Iraqui Kurdistan, Iraq
By llmhurtado
25 Oct 2013

Interview to the Kurdistan Worker's Party (PKK) leader outside of the prison Cemil Bayik. Mr. Bayik makes exclusive comments about the Kurdish Syrians and the Syrian war, the Kurdish conflict in Turkey and the new scenarios for the Kurdish movement.