Monday, June 13, 2011

Syrian refugees in Turkey are close to seven thousand people

.- The number of refugees who have settled in border camps in recent days has risen to nearly seven thousand, according to Turkish officials said Monday. According to the Anadolu news agency, the Disaster Management and Emergency Situations reported that since yesterday entered Turkey thousand other Syrians, who were assigned to the fourth camp established in the border town of Boynudogru.

The number of Syrians who lived in camps in Turkey today, having been monitored his health and identity, had risen this morning up to six thousand 817 people. Crescent, an organization equivalent to the Red Cross in Muslim countries, provides three hot meals to the refugees in camps, while the Turkish population has provided them with clothing and cooking equipment.

The electoral victory of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, was also held last night by the refugees in camps set up in the border area. Refugees fleeing persecution by the Syrian police were responsible for the death of 120 security forces on 6 June at the Syrian border town of Jisr al Shugur.

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