AA team displays Syrians waiting along Turkish-Syria border
Syrians are trying to survive in the tents with the food packages given by relief organizations, Anadolu agency reported.
Anadolu Agency (AA) team displayed the Syrian citizens who were staying in tents in Atme town of Idlib city along Turkish-Syrian border after escaping from the violence in the country.
Syrians can be seen from Reyhanli town of Turkey's southern Hatay city which is along Turkish-Syrian border.
Syrians are trying to survive in the tents with the food packages given by relief organizations, and hoping to cross in Turkey.
10-15 Syrians are living in each tent, and opponents are trying to keep them safe against the violence in the country.
Muhammed Haj Omar, coordinator of the tent city, told AA that the tents were set up nearly 2.5 months ago, and more people were rushing into the tent site from different parts of the country each day.
Omar said that the number of Syrians in the site exceeded 8,000, adding that the population in the site was increasing everyday, and it was getting more difficult to meet the needs of people.