Syrian refugee Abdullah Zalghanah last saw his youngest son, who turned 11 earlier this month, when he was just four years old.
A cheeky, energetic child, he follows his dad around the family’s Middle Eastern restaurant in Phnom Penh like a little shadow.
After almost seven years apart, Mr Zalghanah has finally been reunited with his family in Cambodia after opting to relocate from Nauru in 2016 under the Australian Government’s $55 million deal to resettle refugees.
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