Alicia Medina is a Spanish journalist based in Beirut. Her work has been published in international media outlets and she holds a master’s degree in Journalism, Media and Globalisation from the Erasmus Mundus program.
“They hit us, they are the ones that drowned us, I hold them accountable,” said Ahmad Sabsabi, who lost his wife and three children after a Lebanese navy boat collided with their migrant vessel on April 23.
If Syrian refugees who lose residency do not leave Denmark, they are forced to live indefinitely in return centers. Most affected are those who are not at risk of conscription in Syria: women and older men.