Syrian refugee reunited with family in Cambodia after Nauru, Christmas Island detention

Syrian refugee Abdullah Zalghanah last saw his youngest son, who turned 11 earlier this month, when he was just four years old.

A cheeky, energetic child, he follows his dad around the family’s Middle Eastern restaurant in Phnom Penh like a little shadow.

After almost seven years apart, Mr Zalghanah has finally been reunited with his family in Cambodia after opting to relocate from Nauru in 2016 under the Australian Government’s $55 million deal to resettle refugees.

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