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Family leaves Lebanon to start new life, only to find themselves stuck in a war on Europe’s borders

T

ina Kenejian has asked herself the same question thousands of times: “Should we stay, or is it better we go?”  

The 26-year-old Lebanese-Armenian has lived in the village of Aghavno with her husband and two children in Nagorno-Karabakh for less than four months.    

Next to a river and protected by snow-capped peaks, their new home had seemed idyllic compared to their life on the shores of the Mediterranean

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