Syrian refugees establish businesses in Istanbul

The war in Syria has seen a steady flow of people fleeing to neighbouring countries. That influx has meant Syrian culture is being transplanted into new regions. Turkey has about three million Syrian refugees.

    The war in Syria has seen a steady flow of people fleeing to neighbouring countries.

    That influx has meant Syrian culture is being transplanted into new regions.

    Turkey has about three million Syrian refugees.

    Many have opened shop in Istanbul and are now business owners.

    Al Jazeera’s Sinem Koseoglu reports from Istanbul.


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