‘It’s not a life’: displaced Syrians sell garbage to survive


In a large dump on the outskirts of the Syrian city of Raqqa, once the capital of the Islamic State group, men, women and young children scour the trash looking for junk or whatever else they can sell. These are just a few of the millions of Syrians displaced by a decade of conflict that left around nine in ten of the population living in poverty.


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