“Last May, Diana Delbecchi ’10 (Human Development and Psychology) returned to Ritsona, Greece. She picked up where she left off, as a volunteer for ‘I AM YOU… With strangers, who have become life-long friends, she says the on-going crisis in Syria, continues to take an emotional toll on it’s people. ‘This poor 17-year-old boy is hoping after two years of being away from his mom and dad, to just be reunited with them,'” Delbecchi explained. She says the number of Syrians fleeing the country in search for a better life is growing, ‘This year, between the start of the year to now, it’s going to be reported that almost 8,000 immigrants or refugees have arrived on the shores.'” Fox 11 has more.
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