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Refugees bring a taste of Syria to German Christmas market
by Michelle Martin and Ameenah Sawwan
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13 December 2016
On 13 December 2016 Reuters reported:
Alongside the traditional [foods and drinks] on offer at a Christmas market in small-town Bavaria, visitors could also try more exotic fare: falafel and kibbeh served by a family of refugees from the Syrian war. 'I feel comfortable here but of course not like at home,' said 20-year-old Mayar Ballish who served falafel sandwiches from a wooden hut decorated with festive fir tree garlands, red bows, and white fairy lights. 'The people here are so nice and so kind, yes, the language is always difficult,' she said in German.
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