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Syrian Osama Abdul Mohsen, left, holds his son Zaid as they arrive at the Barcelona train station on Wednesday, Sept.16, 2015. The Syrian refugee tripped at a border hotspot by a Hungarian journalist in an incident captured on video that generated global outrage will live in a Madrid suburb after a Spanish soccer academy convinced him to take an apartment offer and help to rebuild his life, an official with the school said Wednesday. Osama Abdul Mohsen was on a train expected to arrive in Madrid at midnight Wednesday. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)
Syrian Osama Abdul Mohsen, left, holds his son Zaid as they arrive at the Barcelona train station on Wednesday, Sept.16, 2015. The Syrian refugee tripped at a border hotspot by a Hungarian journalist in an incident captured on video that generated global outrage will live in a Madrid suburb after a Spanish soccer academy convinced him to take an apartment offer and help to rebuild his life, an official with the school said Wednesday. Osama Abdul Mohsen was on a train expected to arrive in Madrid at midnight Wednesday. (AP Photo/Manu Fernandez)

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