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  An acclaimed documentary about a group of American war veterans who return to the Middle East to try to help Iraqi and Syrian refugees trapped in the grasp of ISIS is to make its British and European debut next month.

The Longest Road - directed by Matthew Charles Hall and Jennifer Salcido - will have its UK and Europe premiere at the Dalston Rio in London on Saturday 18th February at noon.

There will also be a Q&A afterwards with the directors and Dr Nemam Ghafouri, a medic who helped the American veterans in their mission to aid the two million refugees trapped in camps in Kurdistan, who's featured heavily in the film.

Dr Ghafouri, a Kurd who was born in Iraq but later claimed asylum in Sweden, continues to run a clinic for refugees near the Syrian border.

Along with the directors, after the screening, she’ll be talking about the film as well as the situation in Iraqi Kurdistan and the future prospects for the refugees and internally displaced people (IDPs). Watch the trailer above.
  Graeme Clark [16 Jan 2017 at 21:52]

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