In this photograph taken on October 23, 2017, Mohamed Alhelb (R) his wife Nahil and their son Abdur pose at the port of Mytilene on Lesbos Island. AFP / ANTHI PAZIANOU
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The family was happily reunited on the Greek island of Lesbos after Mohammad escaped and embarked on a long, frantic quest to rejoin his wife and toddler son.Nahil and Mohammad, a tailor, had been living in Jordan, where they had met in 2013, safe from the Syrian conflict, which has killed more than 330,000 people since 2011 .But when Mohammad went to Syria to fetch personal documents to help his mother also make the journey, he was captured by Daesh and held for six months in the northwestern city of Al-Bab in Aleppo province.Mohammad followed in pursuit after hearing from relatives that his family was in Greece.
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