sábado, 6 de fevereiro de 2016

Tide of refugees flees from Aleppo to Turkey

Thousands of people are on the border of Syria with Turkey after fleeing Russian bombing and the Syrian Government in the city of Aleppo.

According to the Turkish authorities, are 70 1000 people who are now displaced and homeless.

The Syrian Observatory for human rights reported that, since the offensive launched against the town on Monday, thousands of people fled their homes and now find themselves blocked by the Turkey.

The Turkish army is on high alert while Ankara prepares to receive more refugees.

The fight for control of the former Syria left Aleppo economic capital re duced to rubble.

In a State like that is the location of Serrin, in the North of the country, after 18 months of scrutiny by the Group Islamic State.

After being released by Kurdish forces, backed by American aviation, the population begins to return to ghost town, in which the jihadists exerted almost total control over the lives of the inhabitants. "I was just twenty days for smoking a cigarette. 20 days for a cigarette! "says one man.

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