Syrian Refugee Finds Home With Family Whose Parents Escaped Holocaust
(VOA): A Syrian refugee in London has been welcomed into the home of a British couple, whose parents were refugees themselves, fleeing Nazi Germany before World War II. Charles and Catherine Elliott opened their home to refugees because they feel a special empathy for their plight. Baris Cimen of the VOA Turkish Service filed this report from London. Jeff Custer narrates.
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Published Date: Tuesday, March 6th, 2018 | 12:45 AM
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