Camps full as tens of thousands flee regime in Syria's Aleppo
Camps full as tens of thousands flee regime in Syria's Aleppo

Camps for the displaced along Syria's border with Turkey are at full capacity, aid workers say, as tens of thousands flee a major government offensive in Aleppo province. The United Nations says up to 31,000 people have fled Aleppo city and surrounding areas in recent days, as government forces

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