When Khodar Jindo and his family fled Syria, like many other refugees, they had their sights set on northern Europe. After nine months in Turkey, they decide to make their journey.
They paid a smuggler thousands of dollars. He said he would take them all the way to Germany, but somewhere in the remote forests near the Turkish-Bulgarian border he abandoned them.
“Without the GPS, we would have died in Bulgaria,” say Kohdar.
Khodar and his family were stranded with a group of other migrants.