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Chechen refugees in Poland

A Chechen man with his wife and three daughters in the URiC Wola Center in Warsaw..The family house in Grozny was demolished by Russian bombes during the first conflict in 1995. He has rebuild the house in 1996. The house was bombed again at the beginning of the second conflict in 1999. In 2004, after five years of surviving in  destroyed Chechen capital, all the family took the exile road to Poland..-For security reason, the face of the adult asylum seeker have been evicted of the photography..-For security reason, the names of the adult asylum seeker have been change. .-Article 9 of the Act of 13 June 2003 on grating protection on the Polish territory (Journal of Laws, No 128, it. 1176) personal data of refugees are an object of particular protection..-Cases where publication of a picture or name of asylum seeker had dramatic consequences for this persons and is family back in Chechnya. .Please have safety of those people in mind. Thank you.
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Chechen refugee in Poland
A Chechen man with his wife and three daughters in the URiC Wola Center in Warsaw..The family house in Grozny was demolished by Russian bombes during the first conflict in 1995. He has rebuild the house in 1996. The house was bombed again at the beginning of the second conflict in 1999. In 2004, after five years of surviving in destroyed Chechen capital, all the family took the exile road to Poland..-For security reason, the face of the adult asylum seeker have been evicted of the...
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From gallery: Chechen refugees in Poland
Source: YumeVision Reporters
Date: 14 Oct 2005
Location: Warszawa Mazowiekie Poland
Credit: Swen Connrad'/YumeVision
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Model Release: No
Property Release: No
Restrictions: -For security reason, the face of the adult asylum seeker have been evicted of the photography..-For security reason, the names of the adult asylum seeker have been change. .-Article 9 of the Act of 13 June 2003 on grating protection on the Polish territory (Journal of Laws, No 128, it. 1176) personal data of refugees are an object of particular protection..-Cases where publication of a picture or name of asylum seeker had dramatic consequences for this persons and is family back in Chechnya. .Please have safety of those people in mind. Thank you.
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