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A contemplative glance into the mirror as Majdi prepares to have a haircut and shave at a makeshift barber’s in a prefabricated container in Zaatari. Today the 22-year-old Syrian refugee will be married. (Photo by Jared J. Kohler)

A contemplative glance into the mirror as Majdi prepares to have a haircut and shave at a makeshift barber’s in a prefabricated container in Zaatari. Today the 22-year-old Syrian refugee will be married. (Photo by Jared J. Kohler)

Zaatari camp, Jordan: Wedding day

Despite having their lives uprooted, refugees are still getting married in Zaatari. Some families hope to marry off their sons to stop them returning to Syria to fight. Girls rent or buy wedding dresses for the event on the shopping street nicknamed 'Champs Elysees'. Here we witness Tariq, a 22-year-old refugee, on his special day.