From: The Stream

Resettlement for Syria’s refugees

Escaping war, Syrian refugees find new challenges abroad.

Syria’s war will soon enter its fifth year, and many are still trying to move on. Of the 10 million Syrians fleeing violence since 2011, about 4 million have sought refuge in countries like Turkey, Lebanon and Jordan. Some are registered refugees in camps, while others find illegal means of escaping to what they hope is safety. We’ll discuss the Syrian refugee crisis and challenges of resettlement at 1930GMT.

On today’s episode of The Stream, we speak to:

Qusai Zakarya
Syrian asylum seeker in the US

Selin Unal @selinunal79
UNHCR Turkey

Syrian refugee in Sweden

Sami Aldous
Syrian refugee in Jordan

What do you think? How should other countries respond to the Syrian refugee crisis? Leave your views in the comment section below.