Fleeing the violence in their home country, nearly 25,000 Syrians have sought shelter in Turkey, flocking to eight refugee camps spread along the border with Syria. This is what one of those camps looks like.
It’s been just over a year now since the uprising began against the regime of Bashar al-Asad in Syria. The violence has escalated steadily, and in the last few months has engulfed the northern province of Idlib, just over Syria’s border with Turkey. As towns like Idlib, Sarmin, Saraqeb, and Taftanaz burn, thousands of refugees have fled over the border and been gathered in a string of refugee camps organized by the Turkish Red Crescent.
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