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Refugee flow continues on Turkish border
Syrians, who flee the ongoing massacre in the country, continue to flock to Turkish border. Thousands of refugees, who have come to Tal Abyad, try to continue their lives under very difficult circumst
MiddleEast, Syria, Turkey 17.12.2012

Officials from the Şanlıurfa Humanitarian Aid Association who travelled to the region, visited the refugee families staying at schools in Nusayba and Sabak in Tal Abyad .The officials delivered stoves and fuel wood to the refugees who have nothing to warm themselves up other than blankets and sponges.

Syrians who came from cities such as Rakka, Deyrazor, Damascus and Aleppo without taking any of their belongings, cannot pass the Turkish border because the refugee camps in Turkey are full.

According to Şanlıurfa Humanitarian Aid Association, there are around 1,000 Syrians who have taken refuge at schools. Three-hundred of these people are children aged between 0-10, 300 youths aged between 20-30, 200 others aged between 20-30 and 200 adults over the age of 30.

These refugees urgently need relief items such as diapers, baby formula, warm clothes, shoes, blankets, beds, carpets, electrical heaters, stoves etc. and wait for passing the Turkish border.

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