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Sweden, Malm?s, 23 March 2016 When 52 year old Abdiwahab Haji Abdiwahab lived in Jamameey, Somalia, he drove a truck, transporting bananas and mangoes from farms to the cities. He fled when fighting erupted in his town, arriving in Sweden in February 2008. He and several other former Somali refugees now work as beekeepers through a program partially funded by the county of Malm?s. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 23 March 2016 When 52 year old Abdiwahab Haji Abdiwahab lived in Jamameey, Somalia, he drove a truck, transporting bananas and mangoes from farms to the cities. He fled when fighting erupted in his town, arriving in Sweden in February 2008. He and several other former Somali refugees now work as beekeepers through a program partially funded by the county of Malm?s. He holds his Somali drivers license. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 23 March 2016 46 year old Dr. Amina Jama Mahmud was born in Kismayo, Somalia, grew up and attended boarding school and university in Kenya, and moved to Sweden in 1995 after her mother fell ill and needed medical treatment. Amina stayed in Sweden to study. She graduated with a bachelors, masters and Phd and now teaches research methods at Uppsala University; and is a project manager at Somali Information & Business Center. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 23 March 2016 46 year old Dr. Amina Jama Mahmud was born in Kismayo, Somalia, grew up and attended boarding school and university in Kenya, and moved to Sweden in 1995 after her mother fell ill and needed medical treatment. Amina stayed in Sweden to study. She graduated with a bachelors, masters and Phd and now teaches research methods at Uppsala University; and is a project manager at Somali Information & Business Center. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 23 March 2016 32 year old gender empowerment project manager Yasmin Yassin was born in Hargeisa, Somalia. When she was three years old her house was caught between rebel and government forces fighting. With her mother and siblings they hid in a shed as the family home burned down. The family fled the chaos and war arriving in Sweden in 1990 where she was reunited with her father after four years apart. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 23 March 2016 32 year old gender empowerment project manager Yasmin Yassin was born in Hargeisa, Somalia. When she was three years old her house was caught between rebel and government forces fighting. With her mother and siblings they hid in a shed as the family home burned down. The family fled the chaos and war arriving in Sweden in 1990 where she was reunited with her father after four years apart. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 23 March 2016 28 year old student Najma Ali Ahmed was born in Hudur, Somalia. In 1991 as a young child, with her family, she fled the civil war for Yemen where the lived for several years. Later they moved to Turkey, and then Sweden in 2013. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 23 March 2016 28 year old student Najma Ali Ahmed was born in Hudur, Somalia. In 1991 as a young child, with her family, she fled the civil war for Yemen where the lived for several years. Later they moved to Turkey, and then Sweden in 2013. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 23 March 2016 While living Mogadishu, Somalia, 38 year old refugee Omar Adam Ibrahim was kidnapped by a rebel group. His family paid for his freedom. Fearing being taken again he fled to Sweden arriving on January 4th, 2005. Omar now works with newly arriving unaccompanied minors. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 23 March 2016 When 52 year old Abdiwahab Haji Abdiwahab lived in Jamameey, Somalia, he drove a truck, transporting bananas and mangoes from farms to the cities. He fled when fighting erupted in his town, arriving in Sweden in February 2008. He and several other former Somali refugees now work as beekeepers through a program partially funded by the county of Malm?s. He holds his Somali drivers license. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 22 March 2016 26 year old insurance agent Abdirisak Shukri came to Sweden from Jalalaqsi, Somalia with his mother and 11 siblings to escape the civil war in September 2007. He writes poems about Somalia in Swedish, English and Somali. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 22 March 2016 16 year old student Muna Abdi Hassan left her home in Quracjooma, Somalia to escape the war, and seeking a safe place to study. She arrived in Sweden in August 2013. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 22 March 2016 16 year old student Muna Abdi Hassan left her home in Quracjooma, Somalia to escape the war, and seeking a safe place to study. She arrived in Sweden in August 2013. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 22 March 2016 10 year old Isra Ali Saalad came to Sweden with her mother and siblings from their home in Mogadishu, Somalia in May 2015. They left, they say, to get away from the war in Somalia. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 22 March, 2016 32 year old Mohamed Ali Osman was born in the contested region of Jigijiga, claimed by both Ethiopia and Somalia. He identifies as Somali. He fled, he says ??sthe chaos??? of the region, arriving in Sweden in 2012. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 22 March 2016 25 year old Qasin Abdi is doing Peace and Conflict Studies, as well as working as a translator and Quranic teacher. Qasin left his home in Mogadishu, Somalia arriving in Sweden in 2009. He left, he says, to study, work, and have good health. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 22 March, 2016 32 year old Mohamed Ali Osman was born in the contested region of Jigijiga, claimed by both Ethiopia and Somalia. He identifies as Somali. He fled, he says ??sthe chaos??? of the region, arriving in Sweden in 2012. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 22 March 2016 10 year old Isra Ali Saalad came to Sweden with her mother and siblings from their home in Mogadishu, Somalia in May 2015. They left, they say, to get away from the war in Somalia. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 22 March 2016 48 year old tailor Omar Mohamed Abdallah was a lieutenant in the Somali Navy. In 2006 he abandoned his post and fled the country for Sweden. Omar now works as a beekeeper and tailor making traditional Somali clothing. He made the suit he is wearing. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 22 March 2016 48 year old tailor Omar Mohamed Abdallah was a lieutenant in the Somali Navy. In 2006 he abandoned his post and fled the country for Sweden. Omar now works as a beekeeper and tailor making traditional Somali clothing. He made the suit he is wearing. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 22 March 2016 48 year old tailor Omar Mohamed Abdallah was a lieutenant in the Somali Navy. In 2006 he abandoned his post and fled the country for Sweden. Omar now works as a beekeeper and tailor making traditional Somali clothing. He made the suit he is wearing. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 22 March 2016 29 year old organization developer Abdirahman Hassan left his home in Mogadishu, Somalia as a child, moving, with his parents, to Norway. In 2010 he moved with his wife, now divorced, to Sweden. They had two children in Sweden together. Abdirahman works for NBV, a non-profit organization that provides funding and support for small not for profit organizations. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 21 March 2016 15 year old Najib Jama Josof came to Sweden from Kismaayo, Somalia in 2015. He travelled as an ???unaccompanied minor.??? Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 21 March 2016 Roseng?Ard (literally "Rose Manor"), in the Swedish city of Malm?s, has long been a destination for immigrants. It has a population of approximately 25,000, 86% of whom had some foreign ancestry (in 2008). In 1972, the percentage of immigrants was around 18%, with the majority of inhabitants being working class people from rural Sweden. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 21 March 2016 50 year old translator Lui Ali Hassan left her home in Mogadishu, Somalia to join her husband in Sweden in July 1986. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 21 March 2016 Students, 24 year old Jakob Ahmed Ibrahim (left), and 15 year old Najib Jama Josof (right), both came to Sweden from Kismaayo, Somalia in 2015. Jacob travelled as an ???unaccompanied minor.??? Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 21 March 2016 38 year old former journalist Abdi Mohamed Ismail fled Mogadishu, Somalia for Sweden in March 2014. He left fearing for his life he says after several of his colleagues were killed, he says, by both government and opposition forces. Since coming to Sweden he has not been able to find work. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 21 March 2016 20 year old student Ali Hussein Mohamed left his home in Afgoi, Somalia after the Somalia-based militant Islamist group aligned with Al-Qaeda, Al Shabab, tried to recruit him. He arrived in Sweden in July of 2011. Seeing people suffering in Somalia has inspired him to aim to be a doctor. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 21 March 2016 52 year old Somali clothing retailer Halimo Mohamed Moalin came to Sweden from Mogadishu, Somalia with her six children in October 2000. She says it was not safe for them there. She has opened an orphanage in Somalia. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 21 March 2016 28 year old freelance journalist Mustafa Mohamed fled his home in Mogadishu, Somalia, because, he says, of the war and a dangerous environment for journalists. He arrived in Sweden in 2012. His family is still in Somalia. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 21 March 2016 52 year old Somali clothing retailer Halimo Mohamed Moalin came to Sweden from Mogadishu, Somalia with her six children in October 2000. She says it was not safe for them there. She has opened an orphanage in Somalia. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 21 March 2016 33 year old housewife and mother of four, Ikran Jama left her home in Qardho, Somalia in order to join her husband in Sweden . She has been in the country since March 2004. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 21 March 2016 45 year old Imam and bus driver Abdulsalam ali Obsiye fled war. in his home country of Somalia, for Kenya. He was settled as a refugee in Sweden in July 2006. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 20 March 2016 14 year old Asad Abdiassiz Dahir fled his home, the capital of Somalia, Mogadishu, after being threatened by Al Shabab, the Somalia-based militant Islamist group aligned with Al-Qaeda. He arrived in Sweden in June, 2015. Should peace eventually come to Somalia, he hopes he can move back and help rebuild his country. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 20 March 2016 14 year old Asad Abdiassiz Dahir fled his home, the capital of Somalia, Mogadishu, after being threatened by Al Shabab, the Somalia-based militant Islamist group aligned with Al-Qaeda. He arrived in Sweden in June, 2015. Should peace eventually come to Somalia, he hopes he can move back and help rebuild his country. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 20 March 2016 40 year old grocery store owner Mohamed Mohamud Ibrahim left his home of Mogadishu, Somalia on August 8, 2008 to join his wife who had moved to Sweden. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 20 March 2016 40 year old grocery store owner Mohamed Mohamud Ibrahim left his home of Mogadishu, Somalia on August 8, 2008 to join his wife who had moved to Sweden. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 20 March 2016 40 year old grocery store owner Mohamed Mohamud Ibrahim left his home of Mogadishu, Somalia on August 8, 2008 to join his wife who had moved to Sweden. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 20 March 2016 22 year old restaurant worker Noor Hussein Ali left Merka, Somalia for Sweden in 2013 after receiving asylum through the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. Before coming to Sweden, Noor worked as a carpenter in Somalia and a welder in Libya, now he works in a Somalian restaurant in Malm?s, Sweden. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 20 March 2016 59 year old bee keeper Wahib Mohamed (center) was born in Hargeisa, Somalia. He came to Sweden in June 1990 with his wife as a refugee. His two daughters, 16 year old student Nabiha Mohamed (left) and 15 year old student Roshan Mohamed (right) were both born in Malm?s, Sweden. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 20 March 2016 15 year old student Roshan Mohamed was born in Malm?s, Sweden to a Somali father and Yemeni mother. She identifies as Swedish, but also recognizes her parents??? cultures. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 20 March 2016 25 year old biomedical scientist Maryan Warsame Osman was born in Malm?s, Sweden to Somali parents. Her parents both came from Mogadishu, however met in Sweden. Since beginning to wear the hijab a few years ago, Maryan feels she is treated as a ??sforeigner???. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 20 March 2016 46 year old clothing importer Abdelrahim Sharif Mohammad left his home in Mogadishu, Somalia because of the war, arriving in Sweden on January 31st, 2005. In Somalia, Abdelrahim worked as a money changer, import/exporter, and in the agriculture sector. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 20 March 2016 48 year old social worker Ilyas Maxamud was born in Nageyle, Somalia and came to Sweden in May 1989. Since arriving in Sweden, Ilyas has worked as a taxi driver, welder and teacher???s assistant, now he works with a Somali community center in Malm?s, Sweden. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 20 March 2016 Roseng?Ard (literally "Rose Manor"), in the Swedish city of Malm?s, has long been a destination for immigrants. It has a population of approximately 25,000, 86% of whom had some foreign ancestry (in 2008). In 1972, the percentage of immigrants was around 18%, with the majority of inhabitants being working class people from rural Sweden. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 20 March 2016 Roseng?Ard (literally "Rose Manor"), in the Swedish city of Malm?s, has long been a destination for immigrants. It has a population of approximately 25,000, 86% of whom had some foreign ancestry (in 2008). In 1972, the percentage of immigrants was around 18%, with the majority of inhabitants being working class people from rural Sweden. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 20 March 2016 Roseng?Ard (literally "Rose Manor"), in the Swedish city of Malm?s, has long been a destination for immigrants. It has a population of approximately 25,000, 86% of whom had some foreign ancestry (in 2008). In 1972, the percentage of immigrants was around 18%, with the majority of inhabitants being working class people from rural Sweden. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 20 March 2016 Roseng?Ard (literally "Rose Manor"), in the Swedish city of Malm?s, has long been a destination for immigrants. It has a population of approximately 25,000, 86% of whom had some foreign ancestry (in 2008). In 1972, the percentage of immigrants was around 18%, with the majority of inhabitants being working class people from rural Sweden. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 20 March 2016 Roseng?Ard (literally "Rose Manor"), in the Swedish city of Malm?s, has long been a destination for immigrants. It has a population of approximately 25,000, 86% of whom had some foreign ancestry (in 2008). In 1972, the percentage of immigrants was around 18%, with the majority of inhabitants being working class people from rural Sweden. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 20 March 2016 Roseng?Ard (literally "Rose Manor"), in the Swedish city of Malm?s, has long been a destination for immigrants. It has a population of approximately 25,000, 86% of whom had some foreign ancestry (in 2008). In 1972, the percentage of immigrants was around 18%, with the majority of inhabitants being working class people from rural Sweden. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 20 March 2016 Roseng?Ard (literally "Rose Manor"), in the Swedish city of Malm?s, has long been a destination for immigrants. It has a population of approximately 25,000, 86% of whom had some foreign ancestry (in 2008). In 1972, the percentage of immigrants was around 18%, with the majority of inhabitants being working class people from rural Sweden. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 19 March 2016 Roseng?Ard (literally "Rose Manor"), in the Swedish city of Malm?s, has long been a destination for immigrants. It has a population of approximately 25,000, 86% of whom had some foreign ancestry (in 2008). In 1972, the percentage of immigrants was around 18%, with the majority of inhabitants being working class people from rural Sweden. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 18 March 2016 Garaget, funded by The City of Malm?s, is a meeting spot for all ages and backgrounds. Many newcomers come to learn Swedish, access the library, drink coffee and eat cake. Many of the Somali children come to play on the computers. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 18 March 2016 The Friday morning meeting at NBV, which describes itself as ??san Educational association of the sobreity movement. Working with non-formal adult education, welcomes everyone regardless their religion and political belief.??? At the heart of NBV???s work is to support small non-governmental organizations they feel are worthy of their help. Many of their beneficiary organizations in Malmo are run by Somalis. This meeting was with staff, three of whom are of Somali origin, and board members. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 17 March 2016 Seveds Square, and the playground that dominates it, is in the heart of Malm?s, a southern town that has become home to many of the Somalis who moved to Sweden. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 17 March 2016 Somaliland Forening runs integration classes for Somalis of all ages including this one where children come to get help with their homework by volunteers, many of whom are native Swedes. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Sweden, Malm?s, 16 March 2016 Twice a week the Roseng?Ard Public Library in Malm?s hosts Spr?Ak Caf?? (Language Caf??) where people new to the country can come and practice Swedish. All the Swedes running the classes and involved in conversations are volunteers, many of them are retirees like Jane Brandin Wielsen. Spr?Ak Caf?????s are informal gatherings and have sprung up all over Sweden. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Germany, Berlin, 12 March 2016 31 year old Syrian refugee and former pharmacist Abdul Majid Sakaan left his home town of Aleppo in July of 2014 for Germany. Abdul Majid served as a doctor in the Syrian Army for two years. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Germany, Berlin, 12 March 2016 21 year old student and refugee Basil Al Hamu left his home town of Aleppo, Syria in 2013. Basil first lived in Lebanon for three years after leaving Syria, part of his family are still there. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Germany, Berlin, 12 March 2016 Syrian refugee, 88 year old Abed Mohammed Al Khadar fled his the war raging around his home town of Dair Al Zour three years ago with his family, they arrived in Germany 15 February 2016. Abed and his family of 16 people (spanning 4 generations) lived in Turkey for two years before coming to Germany, they now live in one of Berlin???s Olympic stadiums, Olympiapark (Horst-Korber-Sportzentrum), which has been transformed into a Notunterkunft (emergency shelter) for nearly 1500 refugees. It is run by non-governmental organization Albatros gGmbH. A variety of nationalities including Syrians, Iraqis, Afghans, Russians, Pakistanis are housed there. It is meant to be an emergency shelter for people in transition to a more permanent arrangement, but most stay between three and four months. Between September 2015 and March 2016 Olympiapark has had 30,000 refugees through it???s doors. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Germany, Berlin, 12 March 2016 Syrian refugee, 11 year old Obadah (last name withheld), left his home in Damascus with his mother in 2014, they arrived in Germany September 2015 after first staying in Turkey. Their father is still in Syria because they could not afford his trip. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Germany, Berlin, 12 March 2016 Four generations of Syrian refugees from one family (from left to right, back row), Ahmad Al Zareer (27) holding his son Abed Al Rahmad (1), Khaled Al Khadar (47, father in law to Ahmad), Hamdah Mohammed Al Khadar (41, Khadar???s wife), and (seated in front) Abed Mohammed Al Khadar (88, Khalad???s father). Three years ago they fled the war in Syria. They arrived in Germany on 15 February 2016. Their family (16 people spanning 4 generations) lived in Turkey for 2 years after fleeing Syria before coming to Germany, they now live in one of Berlin???s Olympic stadiums, Olympiapark (Horst-Korber-Sportzentrum), which has been transformed into a Notunterkunft (emergency shelter) for nearly 1500 refugees. It is run by non-governmental organization Albatros gGmbH. A variety of nationalities including Syrians, Iraqis, Afghans, Russians, Pakistanis are housed there. It is meant to be an emergency shelter for people in transition to a more permanent arrangement, but most stay between three and four months. Between September 2015 and March 2016 Olympiapark has had 30,000 refugees through it???s doors. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 12 March 2016 Syrian refugee, 11 year old Obadah (last name withheld), left his home in Damascus with his mother in 2014, they arrived in Germany September 2015 after first staying in Turkey. Their father is still in Syria because they could not afford his trip. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 12 March 2016 Syrian refugees, 11 year old Obadah (last name withheld, left), 8 year old Bailasan (last name withheld, center), 10 year old Amer (last name withheld, right) and left their home in Damascus with their mother in 2014, they arrived in Germany September 2015 after first staying in Turkey. Their father is still in Syria because they could not afford his trip. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 11 March 2016 One of Berlin???s Olympic stadiums, Olympiapark (Horst-Korber-Sportzentrum), has been transformed into a Notunterkunft (emergency shelter) for nearly 1500 refugees. It is run by non-governmental organization Albatros gGmbH. A variety of nationalities including Syrians, Iraqis, Afghans, Russians, Pakistanis are housed there. It is meant to be an emergency shelter for people in transition to a more permanent arrangement, but most stay between three and four months. Between September 2015 and March 2016 Olympiapark has had 30,000 refugees through its doors. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 11 March 2016 One of Berlin???s Olympic stadiums, Olympiapark (Horst-Korber-Sportzentrum), has been transformed into a Notunterkunft (emergency shelter) for nearly 1500 refugees. It is run by non-governmental organization Albatros gGmbH. A variety of nationalities including Syrians, Iraqis, Afghans, Russians, Pakistanis are housed there. It is meant to be an emergency shelter for people in transition to a more permanent arrangement, but most stay between three and four months. Between September 2015 and March 2016 Olympiapark has had 30,000 refugees through its doors. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 11 March 2016 One of Berlin???s Olympic stadiums, Olympiapark (Horst-Korber-Sportzentrum), has been transformed into a Notunterkunft (emergency shelter) for nearly 1500 refugees. It is run by non-governmental organization Albatros gGmbH. A variety of nationalities including Syrians, Iraqis, Afghans, Russians, Pakistanis are housed there. It is meant to be an emergency shelter for people in transition to a more permanent arrangement, but most stay between three and four months. Between September 2015 and March 2016 Olympiapark has had 30,000 refugees through its doors. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 11 March 2016 One of Berlin???s Olympic stadiums, Olympiapark (Horst-Korber-Sportzentrum), has been transformed into a Notunterkunft (emergency shelter) for nearly 1500 refugees. It is run by non-governmental organization Albatros gGmbH. A variety of nationalities including Syrians, Iraqis, Afghans, Russians, Pakistanis are housed there. It is meant to be an emergency shelter for people in transition to a more permanent arrangement, but most stay between three and four months. Between September 2015 and March 2016 Olympiapark has had 30,000 refugees through its doors. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 11 March 2016 One of Berlin???s Olympic stadiums, Olympiapark (Horst-Korber-Sportzentrum), has been transformed into a Notunterkunft (emergency shelter) for nearly 1500 refugees. It is run by non-governmental organization Albatros gGmbH. A variety of nationalities including Syrians, Iraqis, Afghans, Russians, Pakistanis are housed there. It is meant to be an emergency shelter for people in transition to a more permanent arrangement, but most stay between three and four months. Between September 2015 and March 2016 Olympiapark has had 30,000 refugees through its doors. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 11 March 2016 One of Berlin???s Olympic stadiums, Olympiapark (Horst-Korber-Sportzentrum), has been transformed into a Notunterkunft (emergency shelter) for nearly 1500 refugees. It is run by non-governmental organization Albatros gGmbH. A variety of nationalities including Syrians, Iraqis, Afghans, Russians, Pakistanis are housed there. It is meant to be an emergency shelter for people in transition to a more permanent arrangement, but most stay between three and four months. Between September 2015 and March 2016 Olympiapark has had 30,000 refugees through its doors. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 11 March 2016 One of Berlin???s Olympic stadiums, Olympiapark (Horst-Korber-Sportzentrum), has been transformed into a Notunterkunft (emergency shelter) for nearly 1500 refugees. It is run by non-governmental organization Albatros gGmbH. A variety of nationalities including Syrians, Iraqis, Afghans, Russians, Pakistanis are housed there. It is meant to be an emergency shelter for people in transition to a more permanent arrangement, but most stay between three and four months. Between September 2015 and March 2016 Olympiapark has had 30,000 refugees through its doors. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 11 March 2016 One of Berlin???s Olympic stadiums, Olympiapark (Horst-Korber-Sportzentrum), has been transformed into a Notunterkunft (emergency shelter) for nearly 1500 refugees. It is run by non-governmental organization Albatros gGmbH. A variety of nationalities including Syrians, Iraqis, Afghans, Russians, Pakistanis are housed there. It is meant to be an emergency shelter for people in transition to a more permanent arrangement, but most stay between three and four months. Between September 2015 and March 2016 Olympiapark has had 30,000 refugees through its doors. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 11 March 2016 One of Berlin???s Olympic stadiums, Olympiapark (Horst-Korber-Sportzentrum), has been transformed into a Notunterkunft (emergency shelter) for nearly 1500 refugees. It is run by non-governmental organization Albatros gGmbH. A variety of nationalities including Syrians, Iraqis, Afghans, Russians, Pakistanis are housed there. It is meant to be an emergency shelter for people in transition to a more permanent arrangement, but most stay between three and four months. Between September 2015 and March 2016 Olympiapark has had 30,000 refugees through its doors. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 11 March 2016 One of Berlin???s Olympic stadiums, Olympiapark (Horst-Korber-Sportzentrum), has been transformed into a Notunterkunft (emergency shelter) for nearly 1500 refugees. It is run by non-governmental organization Albatros gGmbH. A variety of nationalities including Syrians, Iraqis, Afghans, Russians, Pakistanis are housed there. It is meant to be an emergency shelter for people in transition to a more permanent arrangement, but most stay between three and four months. Between September 2015 and March 2016 Olympiapark has had 30,000 refugees through its doors. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 10 March 2016 Syrian refugees, 45 year old former oil company cook Mohammad Jumma with his daughter 10 year old Farah, left their home town of Damascus in December 2015, arriving in Germany the 6 January 2016. Mohammad???s wife and son are in Greece on the border with Macedonia, they are trying to join Mohammad and Farah, however they can???t afford the rest of the trip or get paper work to cross the border. Farah sits on the lap of Mohammad as she did on the long journey to Berlin. Mohammad and Farah stay at DRK-Notunterkunft at 104 Ruschestrasse or German Red Cross Emergency Shelter, housed in the former headquarters of the GDR Ministry for State Security, more commonly known as The Stasi. The building lay empty for ten years before, in November 2015 it was taken over by the German Red Cross and the 13 story building is now a temporary shelter for 1300 refugees, including 700 children. The building is being refurbished to be able to take 2,500 people. The facility and services it provides costs the German tax payer ??Z1.5 million per month. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 10 March 2016 Syrian refugees, 45 year old former oil company cook Mohammad Jumma with his daughter 10 year old Farah, left their home town of Damascus in December 2015, arriving in Germany the 6 January 2016. Mohammad???s wife and son are in Greece on the border with Macedonia, they are trying to join Mohammad and Farah, however they can???t afford the rest of the trip or get paper work to cross the border. Mohammad carries Farah as he did on the long journey to Berlin. Mohammad and Farah stay at DRK-Notunterkunft at 104 Ruschestrasse or German Red Cross Emergency Shelter, housed in the former headquarters of the GDR Ministry for State Security, more commonly known as The Stasi. The building lay empty for ten years before, in November 2015 it was taken over by the German Red Cross and the 13 story building is now a temporary shelter for 1300 refugees, including 700 children. The building is being refurbished to be able to take 2,500 people. The facility and services it provides costs the German tax payer ??Z1.5 million per month. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 10 March 2016 32 year old Syrian refugee and former mechanic Ahmed (last name withheld) left his home town of Damascus 2 years and 9 months ago and went to Turkey for medical treatment before coming to Germany on the 16th of December 2015. Ahmed says he was hit by a bullet in the head blinding him, he hopes to get medical treatment in Germany. Ahmed stays at DRK-Notunterkunft at 104 Ruschestrasse or German Red Cross Emergency Shelter, housed in the former headquarters of the GDR Ministry for State Security, more commonly known as The Stasi. The building lay empty for ten years before, in November 2015 it was taken over by the German Red Cross and the 13 story building is now a temporary shelter for 1300 refugees, including 700 children. The building is being refurbished to be able to take 2,500 people. The facility and services it provides costs the German tax payer ??Z1.5 million per month. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 10 March 2016 Syrian refugees, 36 year old former veterinarian Yasser with his wife 28 year old, former teacher, Fardous and daughter three year old Ghazal left their home town of Raqqa on 6 November 2015, arriving in Germany 20 November 2015. Yasser asked that their last name not be used because one of their family members joined ISIS and he fears for their safety and the safety of their family back in Syria. Yasser, Fardous and Ghazal stay at DRK-Notunterkunft at 104 Ruschestrasse or German Red Cross Emergency Shelter, housed in the former headquarters of the GDR Ministry for State Security, more commonly known as The Stasi. The building lay empty for ten years before, in November 2015 it was taken over by the German Red Cross and the 13 story building is now a temporary shelter for 1300 refugees, including 700 children. The building is being refurbished to be able to take 2,500 people. The facility and services it provides costs the German tax payer ??Z1.5 million per month. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 10 March 2016 Syrian refugees, 34 year old former owner of a clothing store Jassir (last name withheld, blue sweatshirt) with his brother, 29 year Aiman (last name withheld, in black) who used to work with him, left their home town of Aleppo on 31 December 2015. Aiman & Jassir had three brothers killed in fighting. Aiman sustained a head injury when a bomb landed on his family???s home. Brain damage has left him unable to read and write and his ability to speak has been greatly impaired. His brother Jassir helps take care of him. Jassir and Aiman stay at DRK-Notunterkunft at 104 Ruschestrasse or German Red Cross Emergency Shelter, housed in the former headquarters of the GDR Ministry for State Security, more commonly known as The Stasi. The building lay empty for ten years before, in November 2015 it was taken over by the German Red Cross and the 13 story building is now a temporary shelter for 1300 refugees, including 700 children. The building is being refurbished to be able to take 2,500 people. The facility and services it provides costs the German tax payer ??Z1.5 million per month. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 10 March 2016 Syrian refugees, 34 year old former owner of a clothing store Jassir (last name withheld, blue sweatshirt) with his brother, 29 year Aiman (last name withheld, in black) who used to work with him, left their home town of Aleppo on 31 December 2015. Aiman & Jassir had three brothers killed in fighting. Aiman sustained a head injury when a bomb landed on his family???s home. Brain damage has left him unable to read and write and his ability to speak has been greatly impaired. His brother Jassir helps take care of him. Jassir and Aiman stay at DRK-Notunterkunft at 104 Ruschestrasse or German Red Cross Emergency Shelter, housed in the former headquarters of the GDR Ministry for State Security, more commonly known as The Stasi. The building lay empty for ten years before, in November 2015 it was taken over by the German Red Cross and the 13 story building is now a temporary shelter for 1300 refugees, including 700 children. The building is being refurbished to be able to take 2,500 people. The facility and services it provides costs the German tax payer ??Z1.5 million per month. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 10 March 2016 55 year old refugee and former art teacher Mariam Zaza was born in Damascus, Syria. She came to Germany with her 29 year old son in November 2015. Her two daughters are still in Damascus. Mariam stays at DRK-Notunterkunft at 104 Ruschestrasse or German Red Cross Emergency Shelter, housed in the former headquarters of the GDR Ministry for State Security, more commonly known as The Stasi. The building lay empty for ten years before, in November 2015 it was taken over by the German Red Cross and the 13 story building is now a temporary shelter for 1300 refugees, including 700 children. The building is being refurbished to be able to take 2,500 people. The facility and services it provides costs the German tax payer ??Z1.5 million per month. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 10 March 2016 55 year old refugee and former art teacher Mariam Zaza was born in Damascus, Syria. She came to Germany with her 29 year old son in November 2015. Her two daughters are still in Damascus. Mariam stays at DRK-Notunterkunft at 104 Ruschestrasse or German Red Cross Emergency Shelter, housed in the former headquarters of the GDR Ministry for State Security, more commonly known as The Stasi. The building lay empty for ten years before, in November 2015 it was taken over by the German Red Cross and the 13 story building is now a temporary shelter for 1300 refugees, including 700 children. The building is being refurbished to be able to take 2,500 people. The facility and services it provides costs the German tax payer ??Z1.5 million per month. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 10 March 2016 Syrian refugee 34 year old hairdresser, and former teacher Badwan Al Rajab left Syria in December 2015 arriving in Germany the same month. Beduan cuts hair in the Stasi-Notunterkunft shelter, however he isn???t able to charge money for his services because of his status as a refugee. Badwan stays at DRK-Notunterkunft at 104 Ruschestrasse or German Red Cross Emergency Shelter, housed in the former headquarters of the GDR Ministry for State Security, more commonly known as The Stasi. The building lay empty for ten years before, in November 2015 it was taken over by the German Red Cross and the 13 story building is now a temporary shelter for 1300 refugees, including 700 children. The building is being refurbished to be able to take 2,500 people. The facility and services it provides costs the German tax payer ??Z1.5 million per month. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 09 March 2016 Syrian refugees from Dair Al-Zour, 33 year old former teacher Khalif Alshaib, his wife, 29 year Fatmeh Alghadir, also formerly a teacher, (born in Kuwait), their son 6 year old Hozaifah Alghaib, and daughter 3 year old Maria Alghaib, arrived in Germany in October 2015 and have been in the Stasi-Notunterkunft shelter for the last 3 months. Khalif says they left Syria because they feared that if they stayed in Syria they could be killed or his children could become followers of terrorists. They stay at DRK-Notunterkunft at 104 Ruschestrasse or German Red Cross Emergency Shelter, housed in the former headquarters of the GDR Ministry for State Security, more commonly known as The Stasi. The building lay empty for ten years before, in November 2015 it was taken over by the German Red Cross and the 13 story building is now a temporary shelter for 1300 refugees, including 700 children. The building is being refurbished to be able to take 2,500 people. The facility and services it provides costs the German tax payer ??Z1.5 million per month. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 09 March 2016 Syrian refugees, 42 year old former agricultural worker Bero Ezzeddin with his wife 32 year old Rojin Abdel Rahman and son 4 year old Elend Ezzeddin arrived in Germany November 2015. Their family traveled from Syria together and are currently staying at DRK-Notunterkunft at 104 Ruschestrasse or German Red Cross Emergency Shelter, housed in the former headquarters of the GDR Ministry for State Security, more commonly known as The Stasi. The building lay empty for ten years before, in November 2015 it was taken over by the German Red Cross and the 13 story building is now a temporary shelter for 1300 refugees, including 700 children. The building is being refurbished to be able to take 2,500 people. The facility and services it provides costs the German tax payer ??Z1.5 million per month. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 09 March 2016 Syrian refugees from Aleppo, 44 year former gas company employee Hassan Hameedo with his wives Sumaieh Hameedo (40, black headscarf) and Kareemah Kari (32, blue head scarf) with their children Mohamed Hameedo (4, blue top) Salam Hameedo (2, red top on fathers kness) and Khalid Hameedo (3, red top standing) arrived in Germany December 2015. Hassan, Sumaieh, Kareemah, Mohamed, Salam and Khalid stay at DRK-Notunterkunft at 104 Ruschestrasse or German Red Cross Emergency Shelter, housed in the former headquarters of the GDR Ministry for State Security, more commonly known as The Stasi. The building lay empty for ten years before, in November 2015 it was taken over by the German Red Cross and the 13 story building is now a temporary shelter for 1300 refugees, including 700 children. The building is being refurbished to be able to take 2,500 people. The facility and services it provides costs the German tax payer ??Z1.5 million per month. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 09 March 2016 Syrian refugees, 44 year old former teacher Remo Mohmad (centre) his sons Azad Mohmad (16, right) and Musta Mohmad (10, left) arrived in Germany in November 2015. Remo???s wife and daughter are still in Syria and were not able to come because of the price of the journey (Remo said ??Z800 to ??Z1000). They stay at DRK-Notunterkunft at 104 Ruschestrasse or German Red Cross Emergency Shelter, housed in the former headquarters of the GDR Ministry for State Security, more commonly known as The Stasi. The building lay empty for ten years before, in November 2015 it was taken over by the German Red Cross and the 13 story building is now a temporary shelter for 1300 refugees, including 700 children. The building is being refurbished to be able to take 2,500 people. The facility and services it provides costs the German tax payer ??Z1.5 million per month. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 09 March 2016 Syrian refugees, 51 year old refugee and former sales manager Samir Arafeh (second from let) with his wife Iman Darwish (38, left) and their sons Mohammed Arafeh (14) (blue shirt, no glasses), Amer Arafeh (13) (glasses, jacket) and Oman Arafeh (11) (glasses no jacket) arrived in Germany November 2015. Their family traveled from Syria together and are currently stay at DRK-Notunterkunft at 104 Ruschestrasse or German Red Cross Emergency Shelter, housed in the former headquarters of the GDR Ministry for State Security, more commonly known as The Stasi. The building lay empty for ten years before, in November 2015 it was taken over by the German Red Cross and the 13 story building is now a temporary shelter for 1300 refugees, including 700 children. The building is being refurbished to be able to take 2,500 people. The facility and services it provides costs the German tax payer ??Z1.5 million per month. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 09 March 2016 16 year old refugee Azad Mohmad was born in Syria and arrived in Germany November 2015. Azad and his family left, they say, because it was no longer safe in Syria. Azad stays at DRK-Notunterkunft at 104 Ruschestrasse or German Red Cross Emergency Shelter, housed in the former headquarters of the GDR Ministry for State Security, more commonly known as The Stasi. The building lay empty for ten years before, in November 2015 it was taken over by the German Red Cross and the 13 story building is now a temporary shelter for 1300 refugees, including 700 children. The building is being refurbished to be able to take 2,500 people. The facility and services it provides costs the German tax payer ??Z1.5 million per month. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 09 March 2016 61 year old refugee and writer Hafiz Al Abbasi was born in Gaza, Palestine, but lived in Syria from 1982 to 2015 when his neighborhood was destroyed by bombing. Hafiz arrived in Germany October 7th 2015 and has been staying at DRK-Notunterkunft at 104 Ruschestrasse or German Red Cross Emergency Shelter, housed in the former headquarters of the GDR Ministry for State Security, more commonly known as The Stasi. The building lay empty for ten years before, in November 2015 it was taken over by the German Red Cross and the 13 story building is now a temporary shelter for 1300 refugees, including 700 children. The building is being refurbished to be able to take 2,500 people. The facility and services it provides costs the German tax payer ??Z1.5 million per month. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 08 March 2016 42 year old refugee and former restaurant owner Sharif Alsuliman was born in Aleppo, Syria and arrived in Germany 2 and half months ago. Sharif came first to Germany, his 2 daughters and 2 sons are in Turkey. He shows pictures of some of his children on his phone. Sharif is sleeping in a school sports hall that has been transformed into a Notunterkunft (emergency shelter) for 150 refugees in the centre of Berlin. It is run by non-governmental organization miGes - Migration, Integration und Gesundheit. A variety of nationalities including Syrians, Iraqis, Afghans, Russians, Pakistanis are housed there. It is meant to be an emergency shelter for people in transition to a more permanent arrangement, but some have been here for six months. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 08 March 2016 20 year old refugee Nesreem Ahmad (left, not her real name) was born in Damascus, Syria and came to Germany 6 months ago. Nesreem is staying in the Wicherstasse Notunterkunft shelter, but would like to move to a shelter with better food and amenities. Her extended family is still in Syria, but she came to Germany with her husband, she is currently pregnant. Her husband (right) 22 year old refugee and former student Suleman Alsinawe was born in Damascus, Syria and arrived in Germany 1 October 2015. Suleman had been studying accounting in university before leaving Syria, he hopes to resume his studying in Germany and become a Bank Manager. Suleman and Nesreem are sleeping in a school sports hall that has been transformed into a Notunterkunft (emergency shelter) for 150 refugees in the centre of Berlin. It is run by non-governmental organization miGes - Migration, Integration und Gesundheit. A variety of nationalities including Syrians, Iraqis, Afghans, Russians, Pakistanis are housed there. It is meant to be an emergency shelter for people in transition to a more permanent arrangement, but some have been here for six months. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 08 March 2016 36 year old refugee and former truck driver Yamen Alnaggar was born in Al-Salamyah, Syria and arrived in Germany 5 months ago. Yamen left Syria to avoid being conscripted into the army. Yamen is sleeping in a school sports hall that has been transformed into a Notunterkunft (emergency shelter) for 150 refugees in the centre of Berlin. It is run by non-governmental organization miGes - Migration, Integration und Gesundheit. A variety of nationalities including Syrians, Iraqis, Afghans, Russians, Pakistanis are housed there. It is meant to be an emergency shelter for people in transition to a more permanent arrangement, but some have been here for six months. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 08 March 2016 36 year old refugee and former truck driver Yamen Alnaggar was born in Al-Salamyah, Syria and arrived in Germany 5 months ago. Yamen left Syria to avoid being conscripted into the army. Yamen is sleeping in a school sports hall that has been transformed into a Notunterkunft (emergency shelter) for 150 refugees in the centre of Berlin. It is run by non-governmental organization miGes - Migration, Integration und Gesundheit. A variety of nationalities including Syrians, Iraqis, Afghans, Russians, Pakistanis are housed there. It is meant to be an emergency shelter for people in transition to a more permanent arrangement, but some have been here for six months. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 08 March 2016 23 year old refugee Ahmad Lababidi (right) was born in Damascus, Syria and arrived in Germany January 1st 2016 and 19 year old refugee Noureddin Al Assal (left) who was born in Damascus, Syria and arrived in Germany October 29, 2015. Ahmad is smoking a shisha pipe) also known as hookah or nargile). Both Ahmad and Noureddin are sleeping in a school sports hall that has been transformed into a Notunterkunft (emergency shelter) for 150 refugees in the centre of Berlin. It is run by non-governmental organization miGes - Migration, Integration und Gesundheit. A variety of nationalities including Syrians, Iraqis, Afghans, Russians, Pakistanis are housed there. It is meant to be an emergency shelter for people in transition to a more permanent arrangement, but some have been here for six months. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 08 March 2016 23 year old refugee Ahmad Lababidi (right) was born in Damascus, Syria and arrived in Germany January 1st 2016 and 19 year old refugee Noureddin Al Assal (left) who was born in Damascus, Syria and arrived in Germany October 29, 2015. They are holding the flag used by some of the forces opposing the Bashar al-Assad Regime in Syria. Both Ahmad and Noureddin are sleeping in a school sports hall that has been transformed into a Notunterkunft (emergency shelter) for 150 refugees in the centre of Berlin. It is run by non-governmental organization miGes - Migration, Integration und Gesundheit. A variety of nationalities including Syrians, Iraqis, Afghans, Russians, Pakistanis are housed there. It is meant to be an emergency shelter for people in transition to a more permanent arrangement, but some have been here for six months. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 08 March 2016 22 year old refugee and former student Soliman Al omar Alderi was born in Hama, Syria and arrived in Germany December 2015. Soliman has been labeled ??sstateless??? because he is lacking documents that prove his nationality. Soliman is sleeping in a school sports hall that has been transformed into a Notunterkunft (emergency shelter) for 150 refugees in the centre of Berlin. It is run by non-governmental organization miGes - Migration, Integration und Gesundheit. A variety of nationalities including Syrians, Iraqis, Afghans, Russians, Pakistanis are housed there. It is meant to be an emergency shelter for people in transition to a more permanent arrangement, but some have been here for six months. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 08 March 2016 53 year old refugee and former business owner Akram Koujer was born in Afrim, Syria and arrived in Germany in November. Akram had owned a jeans design factory in Syria before leaving because of the war. Akram is sleeping in a school sports hall that has been transformed into a Notunterkunft (emergency shelter) for 150 refugees in the centre of Berlin. It is run by non-governmental organization miGes - Migration, Integration und Gesundheit. A variety of nationalities including Syrians, Iraqis, Afghans, Russians, Pakistanis are housed there. It is meant to be an emergency shelter for people in transition to a more permanent arrangement, but some have been here for six months. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Germany, Berlin, 08 March 2016 53 year old refugee and former business owner Akram Koujer was born in Afrim, Syria and arrived in Germany in November. Akram had owned a jeans design factory in Syria before leaving because of the war. Akram is sleeping in a school sports hall that has been transformed into a Notunterkunft (emergency shelter) for 150 refugees in the centre of Berlin. It is run by non-governmental organization miGes - Migration, Integration und Gesundheit. A variety of nationalities including Syrians, Iraqis, Afghans, Russians, Pakistanis are housed there. It is meant to be an emergency shelter for people in transition to a more permanent arrangement, but some have been here for six months. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Germany, Berlin, 08 March 2016 53 year old refugee and former business owner Akram Koujer was born in Afrim, Syria and arrived in Germany in November. Akram had owned a jeans design factory in Syria before leaving because of the war. Akram is sleeping in a school sports hall that has been transformed into a Notunterkunft (emergency shelter) for 150 refugees in the centre of Berlin. It is run by non-governmental organization miGes - Migration, Integration und Gesundheit. A variety of nationalities including Syrians, Iraqis, Afghans, Russians, Pakistanis are housed there. It is meant to be an emergency shelter for people in transition to a more permanent arrangement, but some have been here for six months. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Germany, Berlin, 08 March 2016 53 year old refugee and former business owner Akram Koujer was born in Afrim, Syria and arrived in Germany in November. Akram had owned a jeans design factory in Syria before leaving because of the war. Akram is sleeping in a school sports hall that has been transformed into a Notunterkunft (emergency shelter) for 150 refugees in the centre of Berlin. It is run by non-governmental organization miGes - Migration, Integration und Gesundheit. A variety of nationalities including Syrians, Iraqis, Afghans, Russians, Pakistanis are housed there. It is meant to be an emergency shelter for people in transition to a more permanent arrangement, but some have been here for six months. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Germany, Berlin, 08 March 2016 22 year old refugee and former student Suleman Alsinawe was born in Damascus, Syria and arrived in Germany 1 October 2015. Suleman had been studying accounting in university before leaving Syria, he hopes to resume his studying in Germany and become a Bank Manager. Suleman is sleeping in a school sports hall that has been transformed into a Notunterkunft (emergency shelter) for 150 refugees in the centre of Berlin. It is run by non-governmental organization miGes - Migration, Integration und Gesundheit. A variety of nationalities including Syrians, Iraqis, Afghans, Russians, Pakistanis are housed there. It is meant to be an emergency shelter for people in transition to a more permanent arrangement, but some have been here for six months. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Germany, Berlin, 07 March 2016 A School sports hall has been transformed into a Notunterkunft (emergency shelter) for 150 refugees in the centre of Berlin. It is run by non-governmental organization miGes - Migration, Integration und Gesundheit. A variety of nationalities including Syrians, Iraqis, Afghans, Russians, Pakistanis are housed there. It is meant to be an emergency shelter for people in transition to a more permanent arrangement, but some have been here for six months. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Germany, Berlin, 04 March 2016 The Hamedo family are from Aleppo, Syria. They left three years ago after their house was destroyed in shelling. They smoke a shisha pipe on this Monday afternoon in the grassed area in front of the former headquarters of The Stasi now transformed into an emergency shelter. DRK-Notunterkunft at 104 Ruschestrasse or German Red Cross Emergency Shelter, is housed in the former headquarters of the GDR Ministry for State Security, more commonly known as The Stasi. The building lay empty for ten years before, in November 2015 it was taken over by the German Red Cross and the 13 story building is now a temporary shelter for 1300 refugees, including 700 children. The building is being refurbished to be able to take 2,500 people. The facility and services it provides costs the German tax payer ??Z1.5 million per month. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Germany, Berlin, 04 March 2016 Refugee children play football in front of what has become their home ??" the former headquarters of The Stasi. DRK-Notunterkunft at 104 Ruschestrasse or German Red Cross Emergency Shelter, is housed in the former headquarters of the GDR Ministry for State Security, more commonly known as The Stasi. The building lay empty for ten years before, in November 2015 it was taken over by the German Red Cross and the 13 story building is now a temporary shelter for 1300 refugees, including 700 children. The building is being refurbished to be able to take 2,500 people. The facility and services it provides costs the German tax payer ??Z1.5 million per month. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Germany, Berlin, 04 March 2016 Refugees take their dinner at DRK-Notunterkunft at 104 Ruschestrasse or German Red Cross Emergency Shelter, which is housed in the former headquarters of the GDR Ministry for State Security, more commonly known as The Stasi. The building lay empty for ten years before, in November 2015 it was taken over by the German Red Cross and the 13 story building is now a temporary shelter for 1300 refugees, including 700 children. The building is being refurbished to be able to take 2,500 people. The facility and services it provides costs the German tax payer ??Z1.5 million per month. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Germany, Berlin, 04 March 2016 The Hamedo family are from Aleppo, Syria. They left three years ago after their house was destroyed in shelling. They smoke a shisha pipe on this Monday afternoon in the grassed area in front of the former headquarters of The Stasi now transformed into an emergency shelter. DRK-Notunterkunft at 104 Ruschestrasse or German Red Cross Emergency Shelter, is housed in the former headquarters of the GDR Ministry for State Security, more commonly known as The Stasi. The building lay empty for ten years before, in November 2015 it was taken over by the German Red Cross and the 13 story building is now a temporary shelter for 1300 refugees, including 700 children. The building is being refurbished to be able to take 2,500 people. The facility and services it provides costs the German tax payer ??Z1.5 million per month. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 04 March 2016 Refugees take their lunch, the one hot meal of the day, at DRK-Notunterkunft at 104 Ruschestrasse or German Red Cross Emergency Shelter, which is housed in the former headquarters of the GDR Ministry for State Security, more commonly known as The Stasi. The building lay empty for ten years before, in November 2015 it was taken over by the German Red Cross and the 13 story building is now a temporary shelter for 1300 refugees, including 700 children. The building is being refurbished to be able to take 2,500 people. The facility and services it provides costs the German tax payer ??Z1.5 million per month. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 04 March 2016 Refugees take their lunch, the one hot meal of the day, at DRK-Notunterkunft at 104 Ruschestrasse or German Red Cross Emergency Shelter, which is housed in the former headquarters of the GDR Ministry for State Security, more commonly known as The Stasi. The building lay empty for ten years before, in November 2015 it was taken over by the German Red Cross and the 13 story building is now a temporary shelter for 1300 refugees, including 700 children. The building is being refurbished to be able to take 2,500 people. The facility and services it provides costs the German tax payer ??Z1.5 million per month. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 04 March 2016 Refugees take their lunch, the one hot meal of the day, at DRK-Notunterkunft at 104 Ruschestrasse or German Red Cross Emergency Shelter, which is housed in the former headquarters of the GDR Ministry for State Security, more commonly known as The Stasi. The building lay empty for ten years before, in November 2015 it was taken over by the German Red Cross and the 13 story building is now a temporary shelter for 1300 refugees, including 700 children. The building is being refurbished to be able to take 2,500 people. The facility and services it provides costs the German tax payer ??Z1.5 million per month. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 04 March 2016 Refugees take their lunch, the one hot meal of the day, at DRK-Notunterkunft at 104 Ruschestrasse or German Red Cross Emergency Shelter, which is housed in the former headquarters of the GDR Ministry for State Security, more commonly known as The Stasi. The building lay empty for ten years before, in November 2015 it was taken over by the German Red Cross and the 13 story building is now a temporary shelter for 1300 refugees, including 700 children. The building is being refurbished to be able to take 2,500 people. The facility and services it provides costs the German tax payer ??Z1.5 million per month. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 04 March 2016 Refugees take their lunch, the one hot meal of the day, at DRK-Notunterkunft at 104 Ruschestrasse or German Red Cross Emergency Shelter, which is housed in the former headquarters of the GDR Ministry for State Security, more commonly known as The Stasi. The building lay empty for ten years before, in November 2015 it was taken over by the German Red Cross and the 13 story building is now a temporary shelter for 1300 refugees, including 700 children. The building is being refurbished to be able to take 2,500 people. The facility and services it provides costs the German tax payer ??Z1.5 million per month. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 04 March 2016 German language courses are offered to residents of DRK-Notunterkunft at 104 Ruschestrasse. Each of the children???s class often has 35 five ??" thirteen year olds attending. DRK-Notunterkunft at 104 Ruschestrasse or German Red Cross Emergency Shelter, is housed in the former headquarters of the GDR Ministry for State Security, more commonly known as The Stasi. The building lay empty for ten years before, in November 2015 it was taken over by the German Red Cross and the 13 story building is now a temporary shelter for 1300 refugees, including 700 children. The building is being refurbished to be able to take 2,500 people. The facility and services it provides costs the German tax payer ??Z1.5 million per month. Robin Hammond / NOOR
MINIMUM PRICE 100 EUR
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Germany, Berlin, 03 March 2016 A School sports hall has been transformed into a Notunterkunft (emergency shelter) for 150 refugees in the centre of Berlin. It is run by non-governmental organization BeWo GbR. A variety of nationalities including Syrians, Iraqis, Afghans, Moldovans, Pakistanis are housed there. It is meant to be an emergency shelter for people in transition to a more permanent arrangement, but some have been here for over three months. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Germany, Berlin, 17 December 2015 On the metro in Berlin. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Germany, Berlin, 17 December 2015 Kotti, also known as ???Little Istanbul??? by Berlin???s residents is in the neighborhood of Kreuzberg, a part of Berlin known for it???s large population of Turks. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Germany, Berlin, 17 December 2015 Kotti, also known as ???Little Istanbul??? by Berlin???s residents is in the neighborhood of Kreuzberg, a part of Berlin known for it???s large population of Turks. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Germany, Berlin, 16 December 2015 A photo of 80 year old Sevinc Gintuglu and her husband who she married when she was 19 years old in Turkey. They came to Germany in 1969 to work in a canning factory. Her husband died in 1984. She stays at Aliacare, a care home for elderly Turkish immigrants with dementia and Alzheimer???s. Aliacare cares for 40 elderly people providing 24 hour care in five houses. Aliacare was created as elderly Turks have particular dietary preferences, language requirements, and cultural differences (especially for first generation Turks). Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Germany, Berlin, 16 December 2015 A photo of a young Musa Ercivan, now 87 years old. He came to Germany in 1957. He stays at Aliacare, a care home for elderly Turkish immigrants with dementia and Alzheimer???s. Aliacare cares for 40 elderly people providing 24 hour care in five houses. Aliacare was created as elderly Turks have particular dietary preferences, language requirements, and cultural differences (especially for first generation Turks). Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Germany, Berlin, 16 December 2015 Nazarlik, or ???evil eye??? a common Turkish ornament hung to protect from evil. Several hang at Aliacare, a care home for elderly Turkish immigrants with dementia and Alzheimer???s. Aliacare cares for 40 elderly people providing 24 hour care in five houses. Aliacare was created as elderly Turks have particular dietary preferences, language requirements, and cultural differences (especially for first generation Turks). Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Germany, Berlin, 16 December 2015 A typical Turkish side table in one of the communal areas at Aliacare, a care home for elderly Turkish immigrants with dementia and Alzheimer???s. Aliacare cares for 40 elderly people providing 24 hour care in five houses. Aliacare was created as elderly Turks have particular dietary preferences, language requirements, and cultural differences (especially for first generation Turks). Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Germany, Berlin, 15 December 2015 72 year old Ali RAaza Durmu?z came to Germany from Turkey in 1969. He runs a bakery. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Germany, Berlin, 15 December 2015 28 year old Dilay KayAanlar came to Germany from Turkey after elementary school 1999. She is a social worker. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Germany, Berlin, 15 December 2015 36 year old S?zleyman K?z???zk (shaven with blue tie) is an Imam at ??ehitlik Mosque. He was born in Germany to Turkish parents. 40 year old M?zfit Sevin?? also works as an Imam at ??ehitlik Mosque. He is in Germany on a five year contract with the Turkish consulate. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Germany, Berlin, 15 December 2015 80 year old Seyit Mahmut YAaldAaz was born in Dersim, Turkey. He is a follower of the Alevi faith. He came 50 years ago as worker worked in Stuttgart. He is now retired. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Germany, Berlin, 15 December 2015 50 year old Turgut AltuAz came to Germany from Turkey 20 years ago to study. He didn???t return as he didn???t want to do his compulsory military service ??sI didn???t want to learn how to kill people???. He is the Berlin Province Senator with the Green Party. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Germany, Berlin, 15 December 2015 Rock band ''Panzehir??????. All the members are of Turkish descent; some were born in Germany others were born in Turkey. Top, Left: ?-zg?zr ??ep?z?zl (36) Top, Midle: Timur ??akAacAa (26) Top, Right: Engin TarAa (39) Bottom, Left: NazAam ??elik (37) Bottom, Right: G?skay Aydemir (37). Robin Hammond / NOOR
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Germany, Berlin, 15 December 2015 33 ??splus??? year old Aopek Aopek??ioAzlu is an openly lesbian DJ born in Munich of Turkish parents. Robin Hammond / NOOR
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