My birthplace is not my home

An Austrian teen discovers a new sense of family and belonging Nineteen-year-old Lea Duxler seemed to have it all.

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February 11, 2016 18:22
Lea Duxler

Lea Duxler. (photo credit: EREZ DE WOLF)

 
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