A view throught destroyed window of a child playing in the streets of Tel Nasri near the frontline against yihadists and Turkish Army. After the withdrawal of US troops from northern Syria in October 2019, Turkey launched an offensive against the predominantly Kurdish areas in the northeast of the country along Islamist forces. Calls for war crimes investigations into the conduct of Ankara-backed militias are mounting ever since. (Andoni Lubaki / Euskal Fondoa)
Fatma is a student displaced by the war in Syria. She and her family escaped the Turkish-jihadist advance and took refuge in Rojava (Syrian Kurdistan). He has always liked to paint but now is when drawing has become a way to escape the horror of the war that plagues the country.
Fatma es una estudiante desplaza por la guerra en Syria. Su familia y ella escaparon al avance turco-yihadista y se refugiaron en Rojava (Kurdistan sirio). Desde siempre le ha gustado pintar pero es ahora cuando dibujar se ha convertido en una manera de evadirse del horror de la guerra que azota el país.