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SYRIAN URBAN REFUGEE AMMAN
Antonino Condorelli
Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.

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  • Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: A view of Amman.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: A view of Amman.
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      06/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families. Pictured: A view of Amman. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Omar 11 and Abalsalm, 10. Both children are affected by Cito Megalo Virus, that don't allow them a good life. They escaped from Syria with their parents and they arrived in Amman in 2012. They reach some help from UN or UNHCR but cares areexpensive and they need frequent therapies. Their father Faruk, 33 works in Dubai and they live with their mother Schaima, 30.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Omar 11 and Abalsalm, 10. Both children are affected by Cito Megalo Virus, that don't allow them a good life. They escaped from Syria with their parents and they arrived in Amman in 2012. They reach some help from UN or UNHCR but cares areexpensive and they need frequent therapies. Their father Faruk, 33 works in Dubai and they live with their mother Schaima, 30.
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      04/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families. Pictured: Omar 11 and Abalsalm, 10. Both children are affected by Cito Megalo Virus, that don't allow them a good life. They escaped from Syria with their parents and they arrived in Amman in 2012. They reach some help from UN or UNHCR but cares areexpensive and they need frequent therapies. Their father Faruk, 33 works in Dubai and they live with their mother Schaima, 30. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Omar 11 and Abalsalm, 10. Both children are affected by Cito Megalo Virus, that don't allow them a good life. They escaped from Syria with their parents and they arrived in Amman in 2012. They reach some help from UN or UNHCR but cares areexpensive and they need frequent therapies. Their father Faruk, 33 works in Dubai and they live with their mother Schaima, 30.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Omar 11 and Abalsalm, 10. Both children are affected by Cito Megalo Virus, that don't allow them a good life. They escaped from Syria with their parents and they arrived in Amman in 2012. They reach some help from UN or UNHCR but cares areexpensive and they need frequent therapies. Their father Faruk, 33 works in Dubai and they live with their mother Schaima, 30.
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      04/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families. Pictured: Omar 11 and Abalsalm, 10. Both children are affected by Cito Megalo Virus, that don't allow them a good life. They escaped from Syria with their parents and they arrived in Amman in 2012. They reach some help from UN or UNHCR but cares areexpensive and they need frequent therapies. Their father Faruk, 33 works in Dubai and they live with their mother Schaima, 30. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Rashid, is seen near his house in Amman.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Rashid, is seen near his house in Amman.
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      05/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families. Pictured: Rashid, is seen near his house in Amman. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Rashid and his brother and sisters are seen in their house in Amman. Their parents didn't want to be pictured.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Rashid and his brother and sisters are seen in their house in Amman. Their parents didn't want to be pictured.
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      05/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families. Pictured: Rashid and his brother and sisters are seen in their house in Amman. Their parents didn't want to be pictured. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: A view of Amman.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: A view of Amman.
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      03/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families. Pictured: A view of Amman. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Fatima (l) 24, she is illegal in Amman, her housband works illegally in a restaurant in Amman. They have 3 kids, Malak (pictured) 2, Rauan 5 and Ahmed 1 month. She comes from Darah. All the family were living in Zaatari Camp but when Malak was born all the family escaped illegally in Amman.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Fatima (l) 24, she is illegal in Amman, her housband works illegally in a restaurant in Amman. They have 3 kids, Malak (pictured) 2, Rauan 5 and Ahmed 1 month. She comes from Darah. All the family were living in Zaatari Camp but when Malak was born all the family escaped illegally in Amman.
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      02/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families. Pictured: Fatima (l) 24, she is illegal in Amman, her housband works illegally in a restaurant in Amman. They have 3 kids, Malak (pictured) 2, Rauan 5 and Ahmed 1 month. She comes from Darah. All the family were living in Zaatari Camp but when Malak was born all the family escaped illegally in Amman. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Malak 2 years old and her sister Rauan 5 
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Malak 2 years old and her sister Rauan 5 
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      02/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families. Pictured: Malak 2 years old and her sister Rauan 5 Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Mazin Kikar, 36, form Hams. He arrived in Amman on february 2013, he has 3 kids 1 girl 2 boys. In Syria he worked as bus driver, here he has not job.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Mazin Kikar, 36, form Hams. He arrived in Amman on february 2013, he has 3 kids 1 girl 2 boys. In Syria he worked as bus driver, here he has not job.
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      02/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families. Pictured: Mazin Kikar, 36, form Hams. He arrived in Amman on february 2013, he has 3 kids 1 girl 2 boys. In Syria he worked as bus driver, here he has not job. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Mazin Kikar, 36, form Hams. He arrived in Amman on february 2013, he has 3 kids 1 girl 2 boys. In Syria he worked as bus driver, here he has not job. Mashis is one of his sons, he is 6 years old
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Mazin Kikar, 36, form Hams. He arrived in Amman on february 2013, he has 3 kids 1 girl 2 boys. In Syria he worked as bus driver, here he has not job. Mashis is one of his sons, he is 6 years old
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      02/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families. Pictured: Mazin Kikar, 36, form Hams. He arrived in Amman on february 2013, he has 3 kids 1 girl 2 boys. In Syria he worked as bus driver, here he has not job. Mashis is one of his sons, he is 6 years old Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: A rom in the house of Mazin Kikar.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: A rom in the house of Mazin Kikar.
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      02/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families. Pictured: A rom in the house of Mazin Kikar. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Jamah Ahmad Al Haza, 41, he comes with his family from Hams. He has 4 children, and in Syria he worked in a market. His hous in Syria were destroyed and he has ben in jail without reason but he escaped after 6 months. In jail he has been tortured with electricity.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Jamah Ahmad Al Haza, 41, he comes with his family from Hams. He has 4 children, and in Syria he worked in a market. His hous in Syria were destroyed and he has ben in jail without reason but he escaped after 6 months. In jail he has been tortured with electricity.
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      04/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families. Pictured: Jamah Ahmad Al Haza, 41, he comes with his family from Hams. He has 4 children, and in Syria he worked in a market. His hous in Syria were destroyed and he has ben in jail without reason but he escaped after 6 months. In jail he has been tortured with electricity. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Jamah Ahmad Al Haza, 41, he comes with his family from Hams. He has 4 children, and in Syria he worked in a market. His hous in Syria were destroyed and he has ben in jail without reason but he escaped after 6 months. In jail he has been tortured with electricity.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Jamah Ahmad Al Haza, 41, he comes with his family from Hams. He has 4 children, and in Syria he worked in a market. His hous in Syria were destroyed and he has ben in jail without reason but he escaped after 6 months. In jail he has been tortured with electricity.
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      04/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families. Pictured: Jamah Ahmad Al Haza, 41, he comes with his family from Hams. He has 4 children, and in Syria he worked in a market. His hous in Syria were destroyed and he has ben in jail without reason but he escaped after 6 months. In jail he has been tortured with electricity. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Jamah Ahmad Al Haza, 41, he comes with his family from Hams. He has 4 children, and in Syria he worked in a market. His hous in Syria were destroyed and he has ben in jail without reason but he escaped after 6 months. In jail he has been tortured with electricity. Jamah is seen with his sons Amor, Ahund,  Salam
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Jamah Ahmad Al Haza, 41, he comes with his family from Hams. He has 4 children, and in Syria he worked in a market. His hous in Syria were destroyed and he has ben in jail without reason but he escaped after 6 months. In jail he has been tortured with electricity. Jamah is seen with his sons Amor, Ahund,  Salam
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      04/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families. Pictured: Jamah Ahmad Al Haza, 41, he comes with his family from Hams. He has 4 children, and in Syria he worked in a market. His hous in Syria were destroyed and he has ben in jail without reason but he escaped after 6 months. In jail he has been tortured with electricity. Jamah is seen with his sons Amor, Ahund, Salam Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Mhammad Firas Samir Nassr, 37 years. He comes with his wife Zakar Mahmud and his son from Hams. He was a governative saefty worker. He comes in Amman in 2013 after 9 months in jail. He refused to shot to disarmed protesters. He will be the first to come back in Syria. He is muslim but he studied in Christian schools in Hams, and he says that In Syria muslims and Christians are brother always united.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Mhammad Firas Samir Nassr, 37 years. He comes with his wife Zakar Mahmud and his son from Hams. He was a governative saefty worker. He comes in Amman in 2013 after 9 months in jail. He refused to shot to disarmed protesters. He will be the first to come back in Syria. He is muslim but he studied in Christian schools in Hams, and he says that In Syria muslims and Christians are brother always united.
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      04/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families. Pictured: Mhammad Firas Samir Nassr, 37 years. He comes with his wife Zakar Mahmud and his son from Hams. He was a governative saefty worker. He comes in Amman in 2013 after 9 months in jail. He refused to shot to disarmed protesters. He will be the first to come back in Syria. He is muslim but he studied in Christian schools in Hams, and he says that In Syria muslims and Christians are brother always united. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Mhammad Firas Samir Nassr, 37 years. He comes with his wife Zakar Mahmud and his son from Hams. He was a governative saefty worker. He comes in Amman in 2013 after 9 months in jail. He refused to shot to disarmed protesters. He will be the first to come back in Syria. He is muslim but he studied in Christian schools in Hams, and he says that In Syria muslims and Christians are brother always united.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Mhammad Firas Samir Nassr, 37 years. He comes with his wife Zakar Mahmud and his son from Hams. He was a governative saefty worker. He comes in Amman in 2013 after 9 months in jail. He refused to shot to disarmed protesters. He will be the first to come back in Syria. He is muslim but he studied in Christian schools in Hams, and he says that In Syria muslims and Christians are brother always united.
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      04/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families. Pictured: Mhammad Firas Samir Nassr, 37 years. He comes with his wife Zakar Mahmud and his son from Hams. He was a governative saefty worker. He comes in Amman in 2013 after 9 months in jail. He refused to shot to disarmed protesters. He will be the first to come back in Syria. He is muslim but he studied in Christian schools in Hams, and he says that In Syria muslims and Christians are brother always united. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Zakar Mamduh, 30. Is seen in her house in Amman.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Zakar Mamduh, 30. Is seen in her house in Amman.
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      04/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families. Pictured: Zakar Mamduh, 30. Is seen in her house in Amman. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Mahmud shows a phone screen which displays the picture of his brother died during the war in Syria.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Mahmud shows a phone screen which displays the picture of his brother died during the war in Syria.
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      04/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families. Pictured: Mahmud shows a phone screen which displays the picture of his brother died during the war in Syria. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Mahmud and his father Bassam Ahmad Marash in their house out amman.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Mahmud and his father Bassam Ahmad Marash in their house out amman.
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      04/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families. Pictured: Mahmud and his father Bassam Ahmad Marash in their house out amman. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Bassam Ahmad Barash, 48, he lost his legs and harms before the war, in Syria. He lives now with his son Mahmud and his wife (not pictured) in a little house out side Amman. Bassam has lost a son, killed during the war so he decided to escape in 2013.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Bassam Ahmad Barash, 48, he lost his legs and harms before the war, in Syria. He lives now with his son Mahmud and his wife (not pictured) in a little house out side Amman. Bassam has lost a son, killed during the war so he decided to escape in 2013.
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      04/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families. Pictured: Bassam Ahmad Barash, 48, he lost his legs and harms before the war, in Syria. He lives now with his son Mahmud and his wife (not pictured) in a little house out side Amman. Bassam has lost a son, killed during the war so he decided to escape in 2013. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Mahmud is seen in his house where he lives with his father.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Mahmud is seen in his house where he lives with his father.
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      04/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families. Pictured: Mahmud is seen in his house where he lives with his father. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: A view of Amman.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: A view of Amman.
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      02/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families. Pictured: A view of Amman. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Isa, 37 years old, he works in the Alband street marked in Downtown in Amman. He has 4 kids. he arrived in Amman in 2013.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Isa, 37 years old, he works in the Alband street marked in Downtown in Amman. He has 4 kids. he arrived in Amman in 2013.
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      06/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families. Pictured: Isa, 37 years old, he works in the Alband street marked in Downtown in Amman. He has 4 kids. he arrived in Amman in 2013. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Isa, 37 years old, he works in the Alband street marked in Downtown in Amman. He has 4 kids. he arrived in Amman in 2013.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Isa, 37 years old, he works in the Alband street marked in Downtown in Amman. He has 4 kids. he arrived in Amman in 2013.
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      06/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families. Pictured: Isa, 37 years old, he works in the Alband street marked in Downtown in Amman. He has 4 kids. he arrived in Amman in 2013. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Samar 31, he comes from Damascus, he worked in an optic shop. He arrived in amman on 2012 and he prepares typical syrian food called Kebba
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Samar 31, he comes from Damascus, he worked in an optic shop. He arrived in amman on 2012 and he prepares typical syrian food called Kebba
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      05/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families. Pictured: Samar 31, he comes from Damascus, he worked in an optic shop. He arrived in amman on 2012 and he prepares typical syrian food called Kebba Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Samar 31, he comes from Damascus, he worked in an optic shop. He arrived in amman on 2012 and he prepares typical syrian food called Kebba
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Samar 31, he comes from Damascus, he worked in an optic shop. He arrived in amman on 2012 and he prepares typical syrian food called Kebba
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      05/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families. Pictured: Samar 31, he comes from Damascus, he worked in an optic shop. He arrived in amman on 2012 and he prepares typical syrian food called Kebba Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: A view of Amman.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: A view of Amman.
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      03/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families. Pictured: A view of Amman. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Afaf Mhammed Tarrab, 68, she is arrived  from Damascus in 2012, she was tailor and in Damascus she had an house that fall dawn by a bomb. She would like to come back in Syria to start to rebuilt.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Afaf Mhammed Tarrab, 68, she is arrived  from Damascus in 2012, she was tailor and in Damascus she had an house that fall dawn by a bomb. She would like to come back in Syria to start to rebuilt.
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      04/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families. Pictured: Afaf Mhammed Tarrab, 68, she is arrived from Damascus in 2012, she was tailor and in Damascus she had an house that fall dawn by a bomb. She would like to come back in Syria to start to rebuilt. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Afaf Mhammed Tarrab, 68, she is arrived  from Damascus in 2012, she was tailor and in Damascus she had an house that fall dawn by a bomb. She would like to come back in Syria to start to rebuilt.
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Afaf Mhammed Tarrab, 68, she is arrived  from Damascus in 2012, she was tailor and in Damascus she had an house that fall dawn by a bomb. She would like to come back in Syria to start to rebuilt.
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      04/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families. Pictured: Afaf Mhammed Tarrab, 68, she is arrived from Damascus in 2012, she was tailor and in Damascus she had an house that fall dawn by a bomb. She would like to come back in Syria to start to rebuilt. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
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Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
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      04/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families. Pictured: Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Fathi Shada (58, (l) with her nice, and his wife, Jamila Auhad Ismael, 55. They show the picture of their son Jaser Shada, 30 years, arrested by soldiers and found death after 3 days. His body has been found in a field near home. 
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: Fathi Shada (58, (l) with her nice, and his wife, Jamila Auhad Ismael, 55. They show the picture of their son Jaser Shada, 30 years, arrested by soldiers and found death after 3 days. His body has been found in a field near home. 
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      04/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families. Pictured: Fathi Shada (58, (l) with her nice, and his wife, Jamila Auhad Ismael, 55. They show the picture of their son Jaser Shada, 30 years, arrested by soldiers and found death after 3 days. His body has been found in a field near home. Photo Antonino Condorelli
  • Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: A paint dedicated to Syria
Photo Antonino CondorelliAmman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families.
Pictured: A paint dedicated to Syria
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      05/03/2016: Amman, March 2016. Many people escaped from Syria due to the war, found schelter in Amman. Arrived by car, or walking they rent houses in the city center and started their new lifes here. Most of them are legal arrived but others are clandestine, escaped from Zaatari camp where life is not good for children and woman and for life dignity. Most of the syrian live alone others share their home with other families. Pictured: A paint dedicated to Syria Photo Antonino Condorelli

 

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