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This Photographer Captures What Survival Looks Like During The Refugee Crisis

As Italian photographer Alessandro Penso captures images documenting the refugee crisis on the shores of Greek islands, in border towns and at train stations, he encounters people with fascinating, sometimes heartbreaking, stories. He once spotted an Eritrean child who had a clumsily drawn tattoo on his arm: It read, “One Day.” “If you leave Eritrea behind when you’re just 14 years old, you have the right to hope for a better life ahead,” Penso told HuffPost Italy.
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