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03/13/2023 Washington D.C. (International Christian Concern) – Marie, her husband, and two sons live in a one-bedroom hostel far away from the home they once knew. The war against Christians in Artsakh drove them out of their home. They do what they can to make the best of their new living situation.

The bedroom hostel was not designed for long-term living. Marie keeps all her food in boxes since there is no cupboard in the kitchen. They have a closet, but it is not enough for four of them, so their clothes are stored on what little floor space they have.

ICC helped the family by supplying kitchen cupboards and a wardrobe to make things more comfortable while their future remains a mystery.

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