Families are exhausted after a long journey from Syria. In Tovarnik, Croatia, near the Serbian border, a mother holds on to her child while waiting to board a train to Hungary. Police separate families with children and single men into different wagons.
Refuge | The Washington Post In October, Washington Post photographer Linda Davidson and I set off for Turkey, Jordan and Lebanon to report on the Syrian refugee crisis, one of the largest forced migrations of people since World War II.
The Harrowing Personal Stories of Syrian Refugees, in Their Own Words