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Syrian Refugees Resented by Some in Turkeyi
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Scott Bobb
October 12, 2012 9:08 PM
The presence in Turkey of thousands of refugees from the conflict in Syria is causing tensions in some communities. Residents of some Turkish towns with large refugee populations have called for them to leave. But other Turks are welcoming them. VOA's Scott Bobb reports from Antakya, southern Turkey.

Syrian Refugees Resented by Some in Turkey

Scott Bobb

Published October 12, 2012

The presence in Turkey of thousands of refugees from the conflict in Syria is causing tensions in some communities. Residents of some Turkish towns with large refugee populations have called for them to leave. But other Turks are welcoming them. VOA's Scott Bobb reports from Antakya, southern Turkey.


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