Middle East

Syrian Refugee Camps in Turkey Strained, Over Crowdedi
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Scott Bobb and Sebastian Meyer
October 06, 2012 7:13 PM
The United Nations says the number of refugees fleeing the conflict in Syria has exploded in the past month from a few hundred a day to thousands a day and by the end of the year the total could reach 700,000, three times the number projected a month ago. VOA Correspondent Scott Bobb reports from Bab al-Salama in northern Syria, 60 kilometers north of Aleppo.

Syrian Refugee Camps in Turkey Strained, Over Crowded

Scott Bobb and Sebastian Meyer

Published October 06, 2012

The United Nations says the number of refugees fleeing the conflict in Syria has exploded in the past month from a few hundred a day to thousands a day and by the end of the year the total could reach 700,000, three times the number projected a month ago. VOA Correspondent Scott Bobb reports from Bab al-Salama in northern Syria, 60 kilometers north of Aleppo.


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