Syria’s Refugee Crisis

This Graphic Shows the Astonishing Scale of Syria's Refugee Crisis

Here's A Day In The Life Of A Syrian Refugee Family In Turkey

Here's A Day In The Life Of A Syrian Refugee Family In Turkey

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These Are The Most Powerful Photographs Of The Syrian Refugee Crisis In 2015 #Syria #Refugees #Migrants

These Are The Most Powerful Photographs Of The Syrian Refugee Crisis In 2015

These Are The Most Powerful Photographs Of The Syrian Refugee Crisis In 2015 #Syria #Refugees #Migrants

<p>Syrian refugee women, who fled with their family from the city of Raqqa, Syria, pick cucumbers in a field, in the eastern city of Baalbek, Lebanon, Tuesday, June 20, 2017. The U.N. children’s agency says the European Union has donated 90 million euros ($100.3 million) that will help provide critical services and support to Syrian refugees in Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey. UNICEF said in a statement Tuesday that the donation on World Refugee Day will help it along with host countries to…

World Refugee Day 2017

<p>Syrian refugee women, who fled with their family from the city of Raqqa, Syria, pick cucumbers in a field, in the eastern city of Baalbek, Lebanon, Tuesday, June 20, 2017. The U.N. children’s agency says the European Union has donated 90 million euros ($100.3 million) that will help provide critical services and support to Syrian refugees in Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey. UNICEF said in a statement Tuesday that the donation on World Refugee Day will help it along with host countries to…

A Syrian refugee boy makes shoe parts at a Turkish owned shoe workshop on May 16, 2016 in Gaziantep, Turkey. Since fleeing the war and after the new E.U - Turkey deal effectively shutting down routes to Europe for many Syrian refugees, living in Turkey has become their only option, however there is very little stable work and little hope of building a future. Turkey's massive and largely unregulated garment industry is an attractive option for Syrians to work both legally and illegally…

A Syrian refugee boy makes shoe parts at a Turkish owned shoe workshop on May 16, 2016 in Gaziantep, Turkey. Since fleeing the war and after the new E.U - Turkey deal effectively shutting down routes to Europe for many Syrian refugees, living in Turkey has become their only option, however there is very little stable work and little hope of building a future. Turkey's massive and largely unregulated garment industry is an attractive option for Syrians to work both legally and illegally…

Pregnant Syrian refugee raped and murdered in Turkey - https://www.deviantworld.com/world/pregnant-syrian-refugee-raped-murdered-turkey/

Pregnant Syrian refugee raped and murdered in Turkey - https://www.deviantworld.com/world/pregnant-syrian-refugee-raped-murdered-turkey/

Top News: "WORLD POLITICS: UN Agency Chief to World: 'Step Up' As Refugee Numbers Outpace Resettlement Spots" - http://politicoscope.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/Refugees-Migrants-Refugee-Top-Headlines.jpg - According to estimates, 1.2 million refugees need resettling globally, but only 93,200 places in resettlement countries are expected to be available.  on Politics - http://politicoscope.com/2017/06/14/world-politics-un-agency-chief-to-world-step-up-as-refugee-numbers-ou

Top News: "WORLD POLITICS: UN Agency Chief to World: 'Step Up' As Refugee Numbers Outpace Resettlement Spots" - http://politicoscope.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/Refugees-Migrants-Refugee-Top-Headlines.jpg - According to estimates, 1.2 million refugees need resettling globally, but only 93,200 places in resettlement countries are expected to be available. on Politics - http://politicoscope.com/2017/06/14/world-politics-un-agency-chief-to-world-step-up-as-refugee-numbers-ou

Syrian refugees work in a Syrian owned clothing factory on May 17, 2016 in Gaziantep, Turkey. Since fleeing the war and after the new E.U - Turkey deal effectively shutting down routes to Europe for many Syrian refugees, living in Turkey has become their only option, however there is very little stable work and little hope of building a future. Turkey's massive and largely unregulated garment industry is an attractive option for Syrians to work both legally and illegally despite low wages…

Syrian refugees work in a Syrian owned clothing factory on May 17, 2016 in Gaziantep, Turkey. Since fleeing the war and after the new E.U - Turkey deal effectively shutting down routes to Europe for many Syrian refugees, living in Turkey has become their only option, however there is very little stable work and little hope of building a future. Turkey's massive and largely unregulated garment industry is an attractive option for Syrians to work both legally and illegally despite low wages…

U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley, right, talks with Syrian refugee children at the Sakirpasa Umran school, funded by the US government, following its opening ceremony in Adana, southern Turkey, on May 24, 2017.

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U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley, right, talks with Syrian refugee children at the Sakirpasa Umran school, funded by the US government, following its opening ceremony in Adana, southern Turkey, on May 24, 2017.

A young Syrian refugee boy makes shoe parts in a Turkish owned factory on May 16, 2016 in Gaziantep, Turkey. Since fleeing the war and after the new E.U - Turkey deal effectively shutting down routes to Europe for many Syrian refugees, living in Turkey has become their only option, however there is very little stable work and little hope of building a future. Turkey's massive and largely unregulated garment industry is an attractive option for Syrians to work both legally and illegally…

A young Syrian refugee boy makes shoe parts in a Turkish owned factory on May 16, 2016 in Gaziantep, Turkey. Since fleeing the war and after the new E.U - Turkey deal effectively shutting down routes to Europe for many Syrian refugees, living in Turkey has become their only option, however there is very little stable work and little hope of building a future. Turkey's massive and largely unregulated garment industry is an attractive option for Syrians to work both legally and illegally…

It is the worst humanitarian crisis of our time. Since the Syrian civil war began, in 2011, more than 4 million refugees have left the country. For years, the bulk of the refugees from Syria have been settled in the surrounding states.  At the end of 2015, Turkey hosts more than 2.2 million Syrian refugees, Lebanon hosts... Continue reading

It is the worst humanitarian crisis of our time. Since the Syrian civil war began, in 2011, more than 4 million refugees have left the country. For years, the bulk of the refugees from Syria have been settled in the surrounding states. At the end of 2015, Turkey hosts more than 2.2 million Syrian refugees, Lebanon hosts... Continue reading

Syrian refugees work in a Syrian owned clothing factory on May 17, 2016 in Gaziantep, Turkey. Since fleeing the war and after the new E.U - Turkey deal effectively shutting down routes to Europe for many Syrian refugees, living in Turkey has become their only option, however there is very little stable work and little hope of building a future. Turkey's massive and largely unregulated garment industry is an attractive option for Syrians to work both legally and illegally despite low wages…

Syrian refugees work in a Syrian owned clothing factory on May 17, 2016 in Gaziantep, Turkey. Since fleeing the war and after the new E.U - Turkey deal effectively shutting down routes to Europe for many Syrian refugees, living in Turkey has become their only option, however there is very little stable work and little hope of building a future. Turkey's massive and largely unregulated garment industry is an attractive option for Syrians to work both legally and illegally despite low wages…

Syrian refugees work in a Syrian owned clothing factory on May 17, 2016 in Gaziantep, Turkey. Since fleeing the war and after the new E.U - Turkey deal effectively shutting down routes to Europe for many Syrian refugees, living in Turkey has become their only option, however there is very little stable work and little hope of building a future. Turkey's massive and largely unregulated garment industry is an attractive option for Syrians to work both legally and illegally despite low wages…

Syrian refugees work in a Syrian owned clothing factory on May 17, 2016 in Gaziantep, Turkey. Since fleeing the war and after the new E.U - Turkey deal effectively shutting down routes to Europe for many Syrian refugees, living in Turkey has become their only option, however there is very little stable work and little hope of building a future. Turkey's massive and largely unregulated garment industry is an attractive option for Syrians to work both legally and illegally despite low wages…

10 Facts About Syrian Refugees In Turkey

UN World Food Programme

10 Facts About Syrian Refugees In Turkey

A Syrian refugees child works in a Syrian owned clothing factory on May 17, 2016 in Gaziantep, Turkey. Since fleeing the war and after the new E.U - Turkey deal effectively shutting down routes to Europe for many Syrian refugees, living in Turkey has become their only option, however there is very little stable work and little hope of building a future. Turkey's massive and largely unregulated garment industry is an attractive option for Syrians to work both legally and illegally despite low…

A Syrian refugees child works in a Syrian owned clothing factory on May 17, 2016 in Gaziantep, Turkey. Since fleeing the war and after the new E.U - Turkey deal effectively shutting down routes to Europe for many Syrian refugees, living in Turkey has become their only option, however there is very little stable work and little hope of building a future. Turkey's massive and largely unregulated garment industry is an attractive option for Syrians to work both legally and illegally despite low…

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