Turkey: National authorities and the international community must act in partnership to meet the needs of Syrian refugees
The ongoing internal armed conflict in Syria is fuelling a mass outflow of people seeking safety abroad, with more than 1.3 million refugees from Syria having fled to other countries, in particular Turkey, Jordan, Lebanon and Iraq. Amnesty International is issuing this briefing to highlight concerns regarding the situation of refugees from Syria, particularly in Turkey, as part of its ongoing campaigning in relation to policies and practices relating to refugees in the country.
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