In spring 2013, Syria’s government lost the city of Raqqa to rebel militants. Raqqa was also home to the Khatib family, who offered shelter to international journalists at their house as the conflict escalated. But one day, two of them disappeared, and the Khatibs realised their time was nearly up.
As Belgian citizens sign up to host migrants and refugees, some politicians are pushing for tougher deportation laws. A draft bill says police should be allowed to search for and arrest unauthorised migrants in privacy homes. And public opinion is split.