The living conditions are primitive at the makeshift Alta'awan camp for homeless Syrians camp for homeless Syrians just inside the Syrians border, with tents that collapse in a strong wind, no drainage when it rains, and 12 simple toilets for 4,000 people.
The living conditions are primitive at the makeshift Alta'awan camp for homeless Syrians camp for homeless Syrians just inside the Syrians border, with tents that collapse in a strong wind, no drainage when it rains, and 12 simple toilets for 4,000 people. MCT
The living conditions are primitive at the makeshift Alta'awan camp for homeless Syrians camp for homeless Syrians just inside the Syrians border, with tents that collapse in a strong wind, no drainage when it rains, and 12 simple toilets for 4,000 people. MCT

Fleeing Syrians find a hard sanctuary in camps at Turkish border

May 23, 2014 05:07 PM

UPDATED May 23, 2014 04:09 PM

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