Syrian Refugees in Turkey Begin to Wear Out Their Welcome
From under 200,000 at the start of 2013, Turkey is now home to over 700,000 Syrian refugees-and with no end in sight for the conflict in Syria, that number is expected to more than double this year "We had work, we had a big home, four rooms, two floors," Farid says, his wife, Ghada, and children sitting beside him.
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#1 May 9, 2014
I advise them to go and see Okuz Tolga.
He thinks he knows what should be done to backstabber people who went against their own government.
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