Syrian refugees

Israel says won't accept Syrian refugees

Syrians displaced by a government offensive in the country's south will not be allowed to cross into Israeli-held territory, the Israeli military said. "I think we must prevent the entry of refugees from Syria to Israel, in the …

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Syrian refugees in Turkey surpasses 3.5 million

Next month marks the seventh anniversary of a civil war in Syria. Since 2011, Turkey has received a constant flow of displaced Syrians fleeing the conflict, who Turkish officials refer as "guests," has reached 3,506,532. Turkey …

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Over 5 thousand refugees return to Syria

Over 5 thousand Syrian refugees returned to their homes, Russian Reconciliation Center for Syria reported. It is also reported that within a day, Russian troops delivered and distributed more than 10 tons of food to residents of …

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EU to pay Syrian refugees in Turkey 30 euro per month

The EU intends to pay Syrian refugees who are in the territory of Turkey, 30 euro per month, Die Welt reports. The amount will be allocated via cards in October. Turkish Red Crescent and UN World Food Programme with the support of the …

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Thousand of pro-refugees protest in London

Around 20,000 pro-refugee demonstrators took to the streets on London on Saturday, according to police, to call on Prime Minister Theresa May to do more to tackle the migrant crisis. Protesters marched down the affluent Park Lane and …

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Ankara offers citizenship to Syrian refugees

Turkey is preparing to offer citizenship to Syrian refugees, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Saturday, Financial Times‎ reported. Speaking in Kilis, a town in southern Turkey that has …

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Merkel visits migrant camp on Turkish-Syrian border

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and other European Union officials visited a refugee camp on the Turkish-Syrian border Saturday, one month after helping finalize a controversial EU plan to cope with the largest …

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 Turkey may break migrant deal with EU

The Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that Ankara may break the migrant agreement with the EU. "We have almost 3 million [Syrian refugees] on our budget, but there is nothing promised from Europe …

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Stoltenberg: we expect Turkey to respect human rights

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said in an interview with Foreign Affairs magazine that he expects that Turkey like any other member state of the alliance will respect human rights, individual liberty and adhere to …

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