Mussa Khan

Mussa Khan is muhajir, a refugee seeking a safe place to live. His story is the one of the many young Afghans who try to reach Europe to ask for asylum. In 14 episodes the blog “Mussa Khan” retraces his steps through the 5,000 km that separate Iran from Italy.

 

To this reportage, published in serial form, the author has traveled for two months on the migration routes through Turkey, Greece and Italy. He visited twenty different associations, interviewed police officers, truck drivers, crews of ships. He met smugglers, counterfeiters, wheelers and middle-men. But above all he shared with the Muhajirin the long road paved with dreams, expectations, disappointments that leads in Europe.

This is their story, written following their footsteps in the dust.

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