At a camp in Urfa, Turkey, at least 200,000 Kurdish refugees have fled the fighting in neighboring Kobani under the watchful eye of distrustful Turkish military units who often prevent aid from crossing the border.
At a camp in Urfa, Turkey, at least 200,000 Kurdish refugees have fled the fighting in neighboring Kobani under the watchful eye of distrustful Turkish military units who often prevent aid from crossing the border. McClatchy
At a camp in Urfa, Turkey, at least 200,000 Kurdish refugees have fled the fighting in neighboring Kobani under the watchful eye of distrustful Turkish military units who often prevent aid from crossing the border. McClatchy

Turkey remains leery about presence of Kurdish refugees from Kobani

December 18, 2014 12:45 PM

UPDATED December 18, 2014 01:30 PM

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