Among those most vulnerable, both now and through the course of the war, are young Syrians.
I have tracked their life under siege, their road to forever exile, and their longing for a homeland they cannot return to.
“There is no time, or money, for fun,” Mohammed told me.
“I grew up here, and it was the age when I formed my personality,” Mira told me.
For Nadra, her husband, and millions of other Syrians here in Turkey, life is a quotidian struggle—whether material, psychological, or emotional.

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