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In This Tiny Arctic Town, A Third Of The People Are Syrian Refugees

Braving the freezing temperatures, these refugees would go anywhere to make a safe life outside of Syria. But they might not be able to stay.

The tiny village of Neiden, Norway, isn’t usually a place that people visit in January. Far north of the Arctic Circle, it might be 25 degrees below 0 on a cold day. Apart from a handful of homes, and a lot of snow, there’s nothing there. But this winter, the Hotel Neiden was full.

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