Dalya Zeno

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Dalya Zeno and her mother left their home in Syria in 2012, making a new life for themselves in Glendale.

From Aleppo to Los Angeles, teen transitions to a new life

Dalya Zeno and her mother left their home in Syria in 2012, making a new life for themselves in Glendale.

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