the human face of today's exodus

See, The Refugee Crisis in Our Crisis, On Faith.

Also, take a look at how photojournalist Magnus Wennman captures the face of today's exodus...

Fara, age 2, trying to sleep in Jordan, loves soccer. Her dad tries to make balls for her by crumpling up anything he can find, but they don't last long. Every night he says goodnight to Fara and her big sister Tisam, 9, in the hope that tomorrow will bring them a proper ball to play with. All other dreams seem to be beyond his reach, but he is not giving up on this one. IMAGE: MAGNUS WENNMAN/AFTONBLADET/REX USA

Fara, age 2, trying to sleep in Jordan, loves soccer. Her dad tries to make balls for her by crumpling up anything he can find, but they don't last long. Every night he says goodnight to Fara and her big sister Tisam, 9, in the hope that tomorrow will bring them a proper ball to play with. All other dreams seem to be beyond his reach, but he is not giving up on this one.

IMAGE: MAGNUS WENNMAN/AFTONBLADET/REX USA

Iman, age 2, in a hospital bed in Jordan, has pneumonia and a chest infection. This is her third day in this hospital bed. "She sleeps most of the time now. Normally she's a happy little girl, but now she's tired. She runs everywhere when she's well. She loves playing in the sand", says her mother Olah, 19. IMAGE: MAGNUS WENNMAN/AFTONBLADET/REX USA

Iman, age 2, in a hospital bed in Jordan, has pneumonia and a chest infection. This is her third day in this hospital bed. "She sleeps most of the time now. Normally she's a happy little girl, but now she's tired. She runs everywhere when she's well. She loves playing in the sand", says her mother Olah, 19.

IMAGE: MAGNUS WENNMAN/AFTONBLADET/REX USA

Mahdi, asleep in Serbia, is one and one half years old. He has only experienced war and flight. He sleeps deeply despite the hundreds of refugees climbing around him. They are protesting against not being able to travel further through Hungary. On the other side of the border hundreds of police are standing. They have orders from the Primary Minister Viktor Orban to protect the border at every cost. The situation is becoming more desperate and the day after the photo is taken, the police use tear gas and water cannons on the refugees. IMAGE: MAGNUS WENNMAN/AFTONBLADET/REX US

Mahdi, asleep in Serbia, is one and one half years old. He has only experienced war and flight. He sleeps deeply despite the hundreds of refugees climbing around him. They are protesting against not being able to travel further through Hungary. On the other side of the border hundreds of police are standing. They have orders from the Primary Minister Viktor Orban to protect the border at every cost. The situation is becoming more desperate and the day after the photo is taken, the police use tear gas and water cannons on the refugees.

IMAGE: MAGNUS WENNMAN/AFTONBLADET/REX US

Back home in Baghdad the toy train is left behind; Lamar, age 5, often talks about these items when home is mentioned. The bomb changed everything. The family was on its way to buy food when it was dropped close to their house. It was not possible to live there anymore, says Lamar's grandmother, Sara. After two attempts to cross the sea from Turkey in a small, rubber boat they succeeded in coming here to Hungary's closed border. Now Lamar sleeps on a blanket in the forest, scared, frozen, and sad. IMAGE: MAGNUS WENNMAN/AFTONBLADET/REX USA

Back home in Baghdad the toy train is left behind; Lamar, age 5, often talks about these items when home is mentioned. The bomb changed everything. The family was on its way to buy food when it was dropped close to their house. It was not possible to live there anymore, says Lamar's grandmother, Sara. After two attempts to cross the sea from Turkey in a small, rubber boat they succeeded in coming here to Hungary's closed border. Now Lamar sleeps on a blanket in the forest, scared, frozen, and sad.

IMAGE: MAGNUS WENNMAN/AFTONBLADET/REX USA

Abdullah has a blood disease. For the last two days he has been sleeping outside of the central station in Belgrade. He saw the killing of his sister in their home in Daraa. He is still in shock and has nightmares every night, says his mother. Abdullah is tired and is not healthy, but his mother does not have any money to buy medicine for him. IMAGE: MAGNUS WENNMAN/AFTONBLADET/REX USA

Abdullah has a blood disease. For the last two days he has been sleeping outside of the central station in Belgrade. He saw the killing of his sister in their home in Daraa. He is still in shock and has nightmares every night, says his mother. Abdullah is tired and is not healthy, but his mother does not have any money to buy medicine for him.

IMAGE: MAGNUS WENNMAN/AFTONBLADET/REX USA