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    Syrian Refugees at Turkish Border Lack Basic Necessitiesi
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    February 12, 2016 5:37 AM
    Syrian refugees massing at the Turkish border lack basic necessities, yet thousands more arrive every day as they flee Russia's bombing of Aleppo and Syrian government assaults on the nearby areas. Turkey is adamant that it must get support from other nations before admitting more refugees. Zlatica Hoke reports the impasse is aggravating the humanitarian crisis in Syria, with no clear solution in sight.

    Syrian Refugees at Turkish Border Lack Basic Necessities

    Published February 12, 2016

    Syrian refugees massing at the Turkish border lack basic necessities, yet thousands more arrive every day as they flee Russia's bombing of Aleppo and Syrian government assaults on the nearby areas. Turkey is adamant that it must get support from other nations before admitting more refugees. Zlatica Hoke reports the impasse is aggravating the humanitarian crisis in Syria, with no clear solution in sight.


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    by: Panas from: US
    February 13, 2016 10:49 AM
    Russia's long range politics paid off in Syria. Russian bombing raids are killing the people Assad did not manage to complete with gassing it also put the Russians in the driver's seat.