syrian refugees

A refugee prepares to leave Istanbul's Esenyurt municipality, a district with one of the highest concentrations of Syrian migrants, January, 2019 | Photo: Imago
Kurdish fighters | Photo: picture-alliance/dpa/S. Suna
A refugee camp with a Turkish flag | Photo: picture-alliance/AP Photo/L. Pitarakis
Syrian children who fled with families the conflict areas arrive at Bardarash refugee camp, in South of Duhok, Kurdistan region, Iraq | Photo: EPA/Gailan Haji
Saed saw Germany as a symbol of hope and a place where he might be able to find the freedom and democracy he craved | Photo: Emma Wallis
There are people from 20 different nationalities who garden on plots at the International Garden in Dresden, Salwan from Syria is one of them | Photo: Emma Wallis
Syrian refugees on the border between Turkey and Syria | Photo: Imago/Zuma
Syrians who fled the Turkish military operation in Syria as they arrive at Bardarash refugee camp in Iraq | Photo: EPA/GAILAN
Hundreds of Syrian Kurds have left the border region and crossed into northern Iraq since the start of the conflict | Photo: picture-alliance/AP Photo
Danial Alfahel is a 28-year-old Syrian who was forced to flee his country and ended up in Germany. Today he lives in Dresden and has found a new route to happiness | Photo: Emma Wallis
Displaced Kurdish children play at a temporary shelter in a school building in the town of Tal Tamr, northeastern Syria on October 14, 2019 | Photo: EPA/STR
Many rumors about Syrian refugees have been circulating in Turkish society recently