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Message 1749222 - Posted: 14 Dec 2015, 17:36:05 UTC

It's not easy to migrate to Europe.
Uppsala Family deported to Iran - earned 18 Euro / month to little after beeing in our country for four years.
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Message 1767106 - Posted: 23 Feb 2016, 13:04:03 UTC
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Iraqi migrants in Norway have been reunited with their fluffy white tomcat, which disappeared in late October on the Greek island of Lesbos.

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Rehab Al Alaf told the Norwegian newspaper Verdens Gang on Saturday the nearly three-year-old cat named Kunkush is back with the family in Steinkjer, Norway — over 2,000 kilometres (1,240 miles) from where it ran away. She said volunteers found the cat on Lesbos, posted photos on social media and raised $1,640 to fund veterinarian and flight costs for it to be reunited with the family.
Rehab's mother, Suva Al Alaf, told Norway's Tronder-Avisa daily the family fled Mosul after threats by Islamic State militants. She and her five children trekked through Turkey with the cat in a basket, but it slipped away on Lesbos.
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