Syrians endure tough times in Turkish camps

Hundreds fleeing daily into Turkey, but activists say camp conditions that await them are intolerable.

    As diplomatic and political negotiations to end the crisis in Syria continue, record numbers of Syrians are fleeing into neighbouring countries.

    More than 2,000 Syrians crossed into Turkey in a single day from Idlib and Aleppo provinces, but the camps that await them are far from welcoming, prompting criticism from Syrian activists who say conditions there are intolerable.
     
    Al Jazeera's Anita McNaught reports from southern Turkey.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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