Doro went on, ‘My next card shows two people tracing a heart with their fingers. I chose it because I hope we will find people like this who show us some love which is really needed since we still have nothing here. We don't know how long we'll be here, and we're facing all kinds of difficulties… and we are the lucky ones. On the road, I met many people, but some would never finish the journey. They were left behind to die in the seas or the forests. The government, here, should try to understand us and spare us from these risks and further misery since we have already suffered so much.
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"The loss tore me apart," JR said, "and I didn't know how I would tell my parents that my brother was dead."
Looking back on her journey, Andrea says, "I would not want anyone to experience what I faced during that difficult trip to get here. If you do decide to come here through so many borders, just know... you may suffer a lot."
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