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Some in the film are halted by police and barbed wire at borders, while others make it to a reception center in Germany, or head for the English Channel in hope of getting to Britain.
Facsimiles of the rough-hewn wooden walls of a concentration camp, broken up by strings of faux barbed wire, ring the corridor leading down into the seats.
For now, the Tanzanian government has cordoned off the site with barbed wire.
Doughboys trudge by the smoke, fog and barbed wire in the oil on canvas On the Wire, by Harvey Thomas Dunn, who was one of the best known of the artists.
Squiggles, feathers and barbed wire can now be added to the official eyebrow shape timeline, too.
Today, across the mines and barbed wire, that light shines brighter than ever.
Dozens of armed police are guarding the embassy, which is cordoned behind barbed wire, after a Molotov cocktail was thrown at it over the weekend.
The state border service on Friday advised citizens to use other crossing points from Saturday through Tuesday and put barbed wire near the checkpoint.
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