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Domiz, when a refugee camp becomes an ideal life


Seventy thousand people, three families per tent, children who attend lessons inside torrid containers, everyday life that tries to set up again its own space through the obstinate pursuit of daily habits: this is the life in Domiz, the biggest camp for Syrian refugees in North Iraq, Kurdistan Regional Government.

Seventy thousand people, three families per tent, children who attend lessons inside torrid containers, everyday life that tries to set up again its own space through the obstinate pursuit of daily habits: this is the life in Domiz, the biggest camp for Syrian refugees in North Iraq, Kurdistan Regional Government.

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