IT may not seem all that noteworthy, in the grand scheme of the migrant crisis.
But for at least one lucky family which Gibraltar is about to welcome into its community, life is about to start again.
New school, new jobs, new shops, new friends… and it is hard to think of a better society for welcoming the needy and making them feel at home.
This sends out a message that Gibraltar wants to help, and people like Dan Teuma, on the ground in one of the most hectic refugee camps in the world, personifies that message.
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