Syrian refugees burn plastic to survive harsh winter

Winter is the most difficult time for the millions of Syrians displaced for years.

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    For the millions of Syrians displaced for years, winter is the most difficult time. Those in the poorest and unofficial camps are worst affected.

    Aid agencies warn of conflict fatigue and need donors to care for the refugees.

    Al Jazeera's Osama Bin Javaid reports from the border region between Turkey and Syria.


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