“Imagine it. You go outside at 11 in the morning and it’s still dark. Still night-time. And by 3pm, it’s dark all over again. That’s what it’s like here,” says Mousa al-Saadi.
Saadi, a calm man in his mid-thirties, came to Iceland in October 2016, when he, his wife and their six children were granted asylum as refugees.
The family now live in an apartment in greater Reykjavik.
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