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Walking through the steel turnstiles at the entrance of the Kilis refugee camp on Turkey's border with Syria, it is the children that you notice first. Dozens of young kids dart back and forth across the narrow gaps between grey containers that
Instead, the 17-year-old waits for word of her husband, Fuad, a Saudi national 25 years her senior.
Germany says it will take in a further 5,000 refugees from Syria, doubling its current offer of shelter for people fleeing the Arab nation's civil war. The decision was announced Friday at a meeting of officials from Germany's 16 states, which share
Jordan aims to spend at least $1 billion next year in mainly Gulf-financed development projects to spur its aid-dependent economy, badly hit by an influx of 1.2 million Syrian refugees, the planning minister said Tuesday. Jordan, along with Lebanon
International aid agency Oxfam on Tuesday launched a "12 Days of Giving" appeal to help destitute Syrian refugee families in Jordan and Lebanon survive the region's harsh winter months. "Oxfam will be doing the best they can by delivering winter kits
The Bulgarian authorities must send a clear message that they will take all necessary measures to curb the growing spate of attacks against refugees and migrants on the streets of the capital Sofia, Amnesty International said.
Residents of a village in eastern Lebanon torched tents that were housing hundreds of refugees who had fled the war in neighbouring Syria. Hundreds were forced to flee the informal campsite in the eastern Bekaa village of Qsar Naba on Sunday after
Photo by Sofia Photo Agency Bulgarian media have reported a new attack on Syrian refugees amid a rise in racist attacks that, human rights organizations claim, has left migrants living in fear. Two Syrian refugees have been assaulted by a group of 20
At this sprawling desert camp in Jordan, home to thousands of children who fled Syria's civil war, a few found a moment to smile Sunday watching a troop of clowns. Five European comedians working for Mabsutins, a private circus and clown group in
The influx comes as the Syrian army, backed by forces from the Lebanese Shiite militant group Hezbollah, moves to secure towns in the Qalamoun region across the border. It started as government forces took Qara, a highway town dotted with car