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Syrian refugees are photographed moments after arriving on a dinghy at the Greek island of Kos

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With the Syrian conflict showing no sign of ending, we look back on the risky journeys men and women fleeing the country have taken this year.

These Are The Most Powerful Photographs Of The Syrian Refugee Crisis In 2015

The one chart that shows Europe's refugee crisis isn't just caused by young men taking our jobs While the ratio of child refugees to male and female refugees arriving in Greece has increased, the percentage of male refugees has fallen

With the Syrian conflict showing no sign of ending, we look back on the risky journeys men and women fleeing the country have taken this year.

These Are The Most Powerful Photographs Of The Syrian Refugee Crisis In 2015

A young boy sleeps in Bapska, Symia, as he waits to cross the Serbian-Croatian border, Sept.

During the depression years it was not uncommon for the bell to ring in the middle of the night and see a blue robed nun in a white starched cap open the door to an abandoned baby wrapped in a newspaper with a note attached.

During the depression years it was not uncommon for the bell to ring in the middle of the night and see a blue robed nun in a white starched cap open the door to an abandoned baby wrapped in a newspaper with a note attached.

"Dubbed the 'Malala' of Syrian refugees, 16-year-old Mezon Almellehan goes from tent to tent each morning to encourage girls in her camp to go to school. 'We have the right to attend school and I feel I have a responsibility towards the community,' Almellehan told the Malala Fund. 'As a girl, I can find friendly ways to convince a girl to continue with her studies.'" -- via Half the Sky

"Dubbed the 'Malala' of Syrian refugees, Mezon Almellehan goes from tent to tent each morning to encourage girls in her camp to go to school.

A migrant child eats as others sit around a fire in a railway repairs hangar where people ...

Greece to start sending migrants back to Turkey on Sunday

EU-Turkey refugee plan paves way for misery and terror European leaders are bending human rights legislation to breaking point over migrant crisis European leaders are bending human rights legislation to breaking point over migrant crisis

Syrian refugees try to reach Greece's border with FYRO Macedonia, September 9, 2015. /Yannis Behrakis

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“Syrian refugees try to reach Greece's border with FYRO Macedonia, September /Yannis Behrakis”

Anadolu Agency / Getty Images Refugees sleep in Horgos, Serbia, at the border after it was closed by Hungarian authorities, Sept. 15, 2015.

These Are The Most Powerful Photographs Of The Syrian Refugee Crisis In 2015

Anadolu Agency / Getty Images Refugees sleep in Horgos, Serbia, at the border after it was closed by Hungarian authorities, Sept.

Photographer Yannis Behrakis Location KOS, Greece Reuters / Saturday, August 15, 2015 A Syrian refugee holds her child in her arms as she sits in the port of the Greek island of Kos waiting to be registered and move with her family to the "Eleftherios Venizelos" vessel August 15, 2015. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis

A Syrian refugee holds her child in her arms as she sits in the port of the Greek island of Kos waiting to be registered and move with her family to the "Eleftherios Venizelos" vessel August REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis

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A refugee breastfeeds her baby behind a Greek police cordon as she waits to cross the Greek-Macedonian border near the village of Idomeni, Greece December 4, 2015. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis

In mother's arms

A refugee breastfeeds her baby behind a Greek police cordon as she waits to cross the Greek-Macedonian border near the village of Idomeni, Greece December REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis

A refugee boy runs across rail tracks as a train approaches at Greece's border with FYRO Macedonia, /Yannis Behrakis

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“A refugee boy runs across rail tracks as a train approaches at Greece's border with FYRO Macedonia, /Yannis Behrakis”

DAVID Cameron’s promise to take in 20,000 Syrian immigrants will spark a deep North/South divide across Britain with a single working class northern town taking more refugees than the entire affluent South East region.

North to bear brunt of Cameron’s 20,000 Syrian refugees with south east barely affected

DAVID Cameron’s promise to take in Syrian immigrants will spark a deep North/South divide across Britain with a single working class northern town taking more refugees than the entire affluent South East region.

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