Syrian refugee disappointed in Lithuanian landlords

Radwan is a journalist from Syria who moved to Vilnius from a refugee centre a few weeks ago. While he has already successfully found employment at Western Union, many potential landlords shut their doors upon seeing Radwan, with even some Facebook groups dedicated to looking for housing removing him.
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