One migrant family's grueling journey to safety
An Associated Press photographer follows an Iraqi family as they migrate from Greece to Germany
(AP Photo/Muhammed Muheisen)At an emotional landing in Lesbos, the Qasus met Associated Press photographer Muhammed Muheisen, who joined them on their week-long journey into Europe. The group
The Qasus huddle together until midnight when they are able to board a ferry traveling to Athens, Greece.
The Qasus approach Macedonian army officers as they cross through a fence at the Greek-Macedonian border.
The Qasus wait, at a registration camp near the Macedonian town of Gevgelija, to board a train heading to the Serbian border.
Dildar (with the blue hat) and other refugee children chase bubbles to pass the time in Adasevci, Serbia. The Qasus wait to take a bus to the train station in Sid, Serbia, where they will tra
Delphine and her father Samir sleep in a bus before taking their train to Croatia.
The Qasus eat in a gas station restaurant in Kammern, on the Austrian border, before being transported to Salzburg, Austria.
Delphine, Dunia, and Bessi are searched by a German police officer shortly after arriving in Freilassing, Germany, from Austria.
Delphine rests her head on her father's shoulder after arriving by train at a resting point in Mannheim, Germany.
A German soldier records information about the Qasus as part of their asylum-seeking process at the Central Registration Center in Heidelberg, Germany.
A German officer takes a photo of Samir at the Central Registration Center in Heidelberg.
Delphine is comforted by Dilshad in their new temporary home at Patrick Henry Village, in Heidelberg.
The Qasus laugh shortly before posing for a picture in Heidelberg.