Middle East

    Turkey Struggles to Contain Fallout of Worsening Syrian Conflicti
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    December 25, 2012 5:12 PM
    As the Syria conflict grinds on, neighboring Turkey is struggling to deal with the multiple threats of a refugee crisis and a resurgence in Kurdish militant activity sparked by the Syrian uprising. VOA's Henry Ridgwell visited the Turkey-Syria border in recent months and looks back on a year of Turkish-Syria tensions.

    Turkey Struggles to Contain Fallout of Worsening Syrian Conflict

    Published December 25, 2012

    As the Syria conflict grinds on, neighboring Turkey is struggling to deal with the multiple threats of a refugee crisis and a resurgence in Kurdish militant activity sparked by the Syrian uprising. VOA's Henry Ridgwell visited the Turkey-Syria border in recent months and looks back on a year of Turkish-Syria tensions.


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