Briefing: The increasing squeeze on refugees to go home

Syrian refugees, Um Abdullah and her daugther Maysaa, 13, pack a suitcase in preparation for their journey to Germany from Lebanon (Andrew McConnell/UNHCR)

By Tania Karas & Charlotte Afred

After being forced into exile, going back home is often an agonising decision for refugees. Can they rebuild their lives? Will it really be…

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