Three hundred people a day arrive at the Atma camp for displaced persons in northern Syria, adding to the 20,000 already there. There's no heat, water or electricity in the flimsy tents, which allow water in during rainstorms.
Three hundred people a day arrive at the Atma camp for displaced persons in northern Syria, adding to the 20,000 already there. There's no heat, water or electricity in the flimsy tents, which allow water in during rainstorms. MCT
Three hundred people a day arrive at the Atma camp for displaced persons in northern Syria, adding to the 20,000 already there. There's no heat, water or electricity in the flimsy tents, which allow water in during rainstorms. MCT

U.N. numbers on Syrians in need of help far too low, survey suggests

February 18, 2013 5:39 PM