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Syrians Displaced by War Struggle to Survivei
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February 13, 2013 7:01 PM
Relief agencies say the fighting in Syria is displacing a growing number of people. Over 700,000 are refugees in neighboring countries. And an estimated two million are displaced inside Syria, where conditions are harsh and despair is deep. VOA's Scott Bobb reports from the Bab al-Salama camp in northern Syria.

Syrians Displaced by War Struggle to Survive

Published February 13, 2013

Relief agencies say the fighting in Syria is displacing a growing number of people. Over 700,000 are refugees in neighboring countries. And an estimated two million are displaced inside Syria, where conditions are harsh and despair is deep. VOA's Scott Bobb reports from the Bab al-Salama camp in northern Syria.


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