Syria’s neighbors appeal for help in refugee crisis
Syria’s neighbors no longer have the capacity to take in refugees from the Middle East war, according to high-ranking regional officials. Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey have appealed for greater international assistance.
Lebanese Prime Minister Tammam Salam told a conference in Berlin on Tuesday that his country was overwhelmed by the refugee influx from Syria, warning of violence and political de-stabilization if the world didn’t do more to ease the humanitarian crisis in the Middle East.
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Source News: dw.de