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Wali Khan from Lowgar province, Afghanistan, his hands were beaten allegedly by a police truncheons. He knows 6 languages. From 2007 - 2014 he worked embedded with US and British armies in Afghanistan. After they left, he is wanted by talibans and have to escape leaving have his wife and 3 daughters. He said: "In Afghanistan you die once killed by the talibans, here you die everyday. There is no life here, just a mental torture".<br />
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Bihać, Bosanska Krajina, Bosnia, 15/12/2018.The Bira camp is a former fridge factory located outside Bihac. It is managed by the UN (ONU) agency called IOM (OIM) - International Organization for Migration. The camp is a huge hangar and it composed by tents and containers (mainly located in the area dedicated to most vulnerable people and families) 'donated' by the EU, Turkkizilayi, Crveni Kriz Grada Bihaca. The camp has got also a Health clinic, the "Klinika", provided by DRC Danish Refugee Council and UNHCR and EU (UE). The People met outside the Klinica who showed their medical refers, their wounds and injuries claimed that they were beaten up by the Croatian Police which also allegedly stole their money and broke their smartphones after they were found trying to cross the border between Bosnia & Croatia, the beginning of the so called "The Game" (1). The very dangerous end of the "Balkan route", the undetected border crossing throughout Croatia and then Slovenia, which people try numerous times to reach Italy or Austria. If they caught crossing any of the borders, they will be deported back to Bosnia, at "square 1 of the Game".<br />
Clothes, food and a little bit of entertainment for the Children are provided by the Crveni Kriz Grada Bihaca, the Bosnian Red Cross, which also manages a sort of canteen.<br />
The IOM (OIM) provided data about the People living in the Bira camp while this reportage was made:<br />
-2067 people are the inhabitant of the camp<br />
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(more data in the caption of the first photo)<br />
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Wali Khan from Lowgar province, Afghanistan, his hands were beaten allegedly by a police truncheons. He knows 6 languages. From 2007 - 2014 he worked embedded with US and British armies in Afghanistan. After they left, he is wanted by talibans and have to escape leaving have his wife and 3 daughters. He said: "In Afghanistan you die once killed by the talibans, here you die everyday. There is no life here, just a mental torture".

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