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Displaced Syrians Despair Over Civil Wari
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June 25, 2013 1:51 PM
As Syria's civil war grinds into its third deadly year, the number of people displaced inside Syria continues to grow. Many eventually arrive in camps near Syria's border with Turkey where they wait for months to cross the border into safety. In less than a year these camps have grown into small towns with a distinctive, though not necessarily pleasant, lifestyle. VOA's Scott Bobb reports from one such camp near the Turkish border.

Displaced Syrians Despair Over Civil War

Published June 25, 2013

As Syria's civil war grinds into its third deadly year, the number of people displaced inside Syria continues to grow. Many eventually arrive in camps near Syria's border with Turkey where they wait for months to cross the border into safety. In less than a year these camps have grown into small towns with a distinctive, though not necessarily pleasant, lifestyle. VOA's Scott Bobb reports from one such camp near the Turkish border.


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