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Meet the oldest Syrian refugee couple

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They slowly cross an arid ground, while their feet sink into mud, and both cling to each others' hands to avoid the mud obstacles in northern Macedonia, while holding in the other hand a wooden stick that would help these legs of theirs, burdened with their concern over Aafin Mountain in north-eastern Syria.

This woman gets help from her son to step slowly, because the chair does not move between the holes and the stones in a land that is not hospitable in a cold afternoon. All of them got off a little while ago from a train that picked them four hours ago from Gevgelija in southern Macedonia to here in Jegunovtse in the north of the country.