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Turkey opens biggest refugee camp for 35,000 from Kobani

Internally displaced children walk inside Al-Karameh refugee camp beside the Syrian-Turkiish border in Northern Idlib countryside  Turkey opens biggest refugee camp for 35,000 from Kobani 2015 01 26T092003Z 1 LYNXMPEB0P0BI RTROPTP 2 MIDEAST STORMTurkey opened its biggest refugee camp on Sunday to house 35,000 people fleeing fighting between Kurdish forces and Islamist militants in Syria's Kobani, national disaster management agency AFAD said. Located in the southeastern border town of Suruc, the tent city has two hospitals, seven medical clinics and enough classrooms for 10,000 children, AFAD spokesman Dogan Eskinat told Reuters. He said months of fighting in Kobani had caused an influx of some 200,000 refugees into Turkey and that AFAD would see how the situation develops before deciding whether any more facilities should be constructed.


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