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These 360 Photos Show What Life Is Like For Refugees

Immersive images show the whole picture.
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Police and refugees on the Greece-Macedonia border. 

Modern 2D photography is a great tool to document the struggles around the world, but sometimes it feels like we only see half of the story.

The following images, taken by HuffPost RYOT with a 360-degree camera, allow us to be immersed in the experience of refugees in different countries. From the war-torn streets of Aleppo, Syria, to the mountains of life vests on the shores of the Greek island of Lesbos, these images give us the whole picture and allow us to better tell the stories of those wanting to start new lives. 

Inside a tent in Calais, France. 

Life jackets on the shore of Lesbos, Greece.

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Streets of Aleppo, Syria.

A line for refugees in Greece. 

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Calais, France.

See a rescue in the Mediterranean in the 360 video below: 

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