refugees in turkey

President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan holds up a photo of a Syrian refugee camp on the Turkish and Syrian boarder as he addresses the 77th session of the United Nations General Assembly, Tuesday, Sept. 20, 2022 at U.N. headquarters | Photo: AP Photo/Mary Altaffer
Syrian refugees have become increasingly unpopular in Turkey | Photo: Rami Alsayed/NurPhoto/picture-alliance
From file: A year after the fall of Kabul, people are still trying to leave Afghanistan, but even in 2015, as the civil war between the government and the Taliban was raging, more than a million left, including Omar and Matthieu Aikins | Photo: Bernat Armangue/AP Photo/picture-alliance
From file: Migrants repeatedly try to cross the Evros river between Turkey and Greece | Photo: Mehdi Chebil/InfoMigrants
A group of migrants rescued from a boat off Greece | Photo: PHOTO/ARCHIVE/ANSA/GIUSEPPE LAMI
From file: Syrians refugee families sit in the sun in front of their tents in Gazza village in the Beqaa valley, Lebanon. | Photo: EPA/NABIL MOUNZER
File photo: A young Syrian man from Aleppo near the old bridge of Edirne, March 2020 | Photo: Mehdi Chebil
A refugee camp for displaced people run by the Turkish Red Crescent in Sarmada district, north of Idlib city, Syria, Friday, November 26, 2021 | Photo: AP Photo/Francisco Seco
Syrian refugees collect fruit during the banana harvest, near the Turkey-Syrian border in Reyhanli district in Hatay city, Turkey, 22 February 2022 | Photo: Sedat Suna / EPA
From file: Syrian refugees have become increasingly unpopular in Turkey | Photo: Rami Alsayed/NurPhoto/picture-alliance
Turkey plans to build up to 100,000 houses for Syrians in and near Idlib | Photo: Francisco Seco/AP Photo/picture-alliance
The border fence between Turkey and Greece runs near the wetlands of the Evros River