At Azaz camp for displaced Syrians, more than 12,000 are housed in the 1000 tents, but there's a waiting list for 1400 more tents, and in the meantime families must live in nearby villages, which are subject to government bombing raids.
At Azaz camp for displaced Syrians, more than 12,000 are housed in the 1000 tents, but there's a waiting list for 1400 more tents, and in the meantime families must live in nearby villages, which are subject to government bombing raids. MCT
At Azaz camp for displaced Syrians, more than 12,000 are housed in the 1000 tents, but there's a waiting list for 1400 more tents, and in the meantime families must live in nearby villages, which are subject to government bombing raids. MCT

Aid doesn’t reach camp for displaced Syrians just outside Turkey

February 07, 2013 03:08 PM

UPDATED June 17, 2015 12:40 PM

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