ANKARA

A sense of motherhood led a Syrian migrant woman in Turkey’s capital to learn Turkish to help her school-age children with their lessons, and now she is dreaming of enrolling in a university to become an interpreter.

Berra Yunis and her family were forced to leave Syria five years ago due to escalating tensions in the region and came to Turkey for a fresh start. It was not possible for her to attend a Turkish language course back then with her newborn daughter and 3-year-old son, but as they grew older, they needed help with their lessons.

It was

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