Thousands of refugees were sleeping rough at Budapest’s Keleti station, waiting for trains to take them to western Europe. Then, they just got up and walked. Guardian journalist and filmmaker John Domokos went with them, every step of the way.
This is the story of one Syrian family, and those who came out to help.
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Author: Alistair Reign
Lover of humanity: I have traveled throughout North America, Mexico, parts of Europe, and the UK as a freelance consultant in the field of internet marketing; medical and corporate website development; writing for, and publishing digital magazines for international markets.
Human Rights Activist: Canadian, Child and War Refugee Rights.
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Currently: Fundraising for the Children of War, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping children of war.
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