The deaf Iraqi boy who fled IS
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The deaf Iraqi boy facing deportation from UK

Lawand Hamadamin's family fled Iraq in 2015 because, they say, so-called Islamic State had threatened to kill disabled children.

They came to the UK after a year in a French refugee camp and he's now at a British school, learning sign language

But the family are facing deportation to Germany because they entered the UK illegally.

  • 27 Jan 2017
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