Gay Syrian refugees reunite despite the miles apart

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Nader and Omar had separately fled from the war from Syria, finding temporary sanctuary in Istanbul, Turkey.Nader and Omar had separately fled from the war from Syria, finding temporary sanctuary in Istanbul, Turkey.

The pair became inseparable, spending every moment together and months later getting engaged – though same-sex marriage is not recognised in Turkey nor Syria. The pair were shocked earlier this year, when Nader received news that the United Nations High Commissioner For Refugees had accepted his application to be permanently resettled in Norway.

Nader reluctantly headed off to his new life in Bergen, Norway, but vowed to stay with Omar forever, even if they never saw each other again. The outlet was there to capture the beautiful moment that the couple re-united at the airport outside, as Omar arrived to welcome his partner to their new home, happily ever after.

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