Isra’a, an 11 year-old Syrian refugee, talks about her home in Aleppo – a home once filled with toys – that was destroyed after a missile attack. Now, she and her family are making the journey to Germany to seek asylum and begin a new life.
Ira’a’s story is one of several at the heart of “Exodus” – FRONTLINE’s Dec. 27 documentary telling the first-hand stories of refugees and migrants making dangerous journeys seeking safety and a better life.
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