'We have to help them': Turks worry over Syrians

GUEVECCI, Turkey - Among low rolling hills and patches of sun-scorched earth, Turkey's Red Crescent refugee camps seem to appear out of nowhere: Rows upon rows of white tents encircled by tall steel fences and armed guards.

More than 8,000 Syrian refugees are now housed in five Red Crescent camps in Turkey's Hatay province, and a sixth camp, built to accommodate another 15,000 people, is underway. Red Crescent officials have estimated there are thousands more camped out near the Turkish border, many of whom are waiting to cross over.


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