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Why some Syrian refugees are living deep inside Argentina

By Aude Villiers-Moriamé

Millions of Syrians have fled their country since the beginning of the civil war, in 2011. Most chose to settle in Europe or in neighbouring countries. But some opted to go even further, acording to Aude Villiers-Moriamé. Such is the case for a small Syrian community that currently lives in San Luis, deep in the heartland of Argentina.

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