Two Lebanese youth offer migrant workers a way back home

  • Family
  • Tuesday, 10 Nov 2020

Migrants from Kenya take a selfie with Déa Hage-Chahine (center), and Serge Majdalani (right), outside a shelter where they had been staying, in Mkalles, Lebanon. Photos: AP Photo/Hassan Ammar

In a damp room with a few rotting pieces of furniture and old mattresses on the floor, seven migrant women sit hugging their belongings, a Kenyan flag hanging behind them on the wall.

A Lebanese woman walks into the apartment, located in a poor area east of Beirut, and the migrants rush excitedly to hug her.

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