Syrian refugees (2012 -2013)

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  • 1. Source : www.boston.com pps : chieuquetoi, bachkien Click to continueApril 10, 2013 1
  • 2. Syrian refugees update 2012 Syrians by the thousands are fleeing the violence in their home country and seeking refuge in neighboring countries. Turkey this week is said to be considering a buffer zone in Syria to secure its own national security as well as aid fleeing civilians. Turkey is already sheltering some 17,000 of those who have fled. The British-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Tuesday that nearly 10,000 people have been killed in the yearlong conflict in Syria. A cease-fire agreement accepted by Syria Tuesday that was drawn up by United Nations envoy Kofi Annan was met with skepticism, and fighting continued between rebels and President Bashar Assad’s soldiers. Lloyd Young (32 photos total) Source : www.boston.com Click to continueApril 10, 2013 2
  • 3. Syrian refugees are seen through a barbed wire as theyarrive at border between Syria and Turkey, nearReyhanli, Hatay province, on March 27. SyrianPresident Bashar Assads crackdown on dissent, whichmonitors say has seen more than 9,100 people killedsince March 2011, triggered an influx of refugees on theTurkish border as officials say the current number Click to continueexceeds 17,000. (Adem Altan/AFP/Getty Images) April 10, 2013 3
  • 4. A Syrian refugee boy enters his tent at Reyhanli refugee camp in Hatay province on theTurkish-Syrian border late March 17. Over the past few weeks, the number of Syrianscrossing has increased dramatically with an average of 200 to 300 now coming into Turkeyevery day. This week 1,000 crossed in just 24 hours, the highest number since the first waveof refugees last summer. Around 15,000 registered Syrian refugees now live in tented camps Click to continueinside Turkey, making up almost half of the 34,000 people the United Nations estimates tohave fled Syria since the start of the conflict a year ago. (Murad Sezer/Reuters) # April 10, 2013 4
  • 5. A Syrian child is seen with her family who fled fromthe Syrian town of Qusair near Homs, at theLebanese-Syrian border village of Qaa, easternLebanon, on March 5. More than a thousand Syrianrefugees have poured across the border intoLebanon, among them families with small childrencarrying only plastic bags filled with their belongingsas they fled a regime hunting down its opponents.(Hussein Malla/Associated Press) # Click to continue April 10, 2013 5
  • 6. A Turkish soldier searches a young Syrian refugeeat a border crossing near Reyhanli, Turkey onMarch 20. The number of Syrian refugees living inborder camps in Turkey is now approximately Click to continue17,000. (Burhan Ozbilici/Associated Press) # April 10, 2013 6
  • 7. A Syrian boy who fled the violence in Syria wears aheadband in the colors of the pre-Baath Syrian flag as hestands in a shelter housing refugees in the Lebanese cityof Arsal in the Bekaa Valley on March 26. United NationsArab League envoy Kofi Annan said that only Syrianscould determine President Bashar-al-Assads fate and Click to continuecalled for the rival sides to negotiate an end to the April 10, 2013conflict. (Joseph Eid/AFP/Getty Images) # 7
  • 8. Syrian refugees walk on the Syrian side of the Turkish Syrian borderat Reyhanli in Antakya, on March 14 as they attempt to cross intoTurkey. International mediator Kofi Annan called for an immediate haltto the killing of civilians in Syria as he arrived in Turkey for talks on thecrisis. Activists said that the Syrian army launched a new assault inthe restive northern province of Idlib and the city itself, whereresidents are suffering "indescribable" humanitarian conditions.(Bulent Kilic/AFP/Getty Images) # April 10, 2013 8
  • 9. Syrian refugees hide their face as they arrive near the border between Syria andTurkey at Reyhanli in Antakya on March 15. Some 1,000 Syrian refugees,including a defecting general, crossed into Turkey in 24 hours, braving land minesplaced to stop them by Syrian troops, Turkish officials said today. The head of theTurkish Red Crescent meanwhile warned that the number of Syrians arriving inTurkey could reach half a million if President Bashar Assad’s regime keeps up itsyear-long crackdown on dissent. (Bulent Kilic/AFP/Getty Images) # April 10, 2013 9
  • 10. Turkish soldiers patrol around the Reyhanli refugeecamp in Hatay on March 25. (Osman Orsal/Reuters) # April 10, 2013 10
  • 11. Syrian refugees in their camp near the border inReyhanli, Turkey onMarch 19, 2012. The number ofSyrian refuges fleeing violence in their country is nowmore April 10, 2013 (Burhan Ozbilici/Associated Press) # than 16,000. 11
  • 12. Syrian children attend a class at a makeshift classroom at the Boynuyogun refugee camp on the Turkish-Syrian border in Hatay province on February 8. (Murad Sezer/Reuters) #April 10, 2013 12
  • 13. Syrian refugee children use computers during a class at the refugee campin Yayladagi on March 26. Turkey is home to a growing number of Syrianrefugees fleeing the more than year-old unrest raging in its neighbor.Officials said the total figure has slightly exceeded 17,000 against about9,500 only 2013 months ago. (Adem Altan/AFP/Getty Images) # April 10, two 13
  • 14. A Syrian boy plays at a makeshift kindergarten at the Boynuyogun refugee camp on the Turkish-Syrian border in Hatay province February on 8. Some 10,000 refugees are now registered in tented camps and the number is rising steadily. At least 2,000 more live outside, either with relatives or in rented accommodation. One tent serves as a makeshift art classroom and exhibition space for the camps children. Drawings, paintings and sketches line the tents walls while dozens sit on a table in the middle of the room. (Murad Sezer/Reuters) #April 10, 2013 14
  • 15. Laundry hangs from a fence at Reyhanli refugeecamp in Hatay province on the Turkish-Syrianborder March on 19. (Murad Sezer/Reuters) # April 10, 2013 15
  • 16. Syrian refugees who fled the violence back home are seen at acamp near Zakho, an Iraqi border town with Syria, on March 15.The camp houses nearly 100 Syrian Kurdish families who havefled the fighting since the uprising in Syria, according to regionalKurdish officials. (Azad Lashkari/Reuters) # April 10, 2013 16
  • 17. Syrian refugee children look at a bird in a cage at the RedCrescent camp in Boynuyogun village, Hatay region on March25. The Boynuyogun camp, holds some 2,000 Syrian refugeesaccommodated in 600 tents fleeing the more than a year oldunrest with officials saying the total figure of people who havefled Syria has slightly exceeded 17,000. (Adem Altan/AFP/GettyImages) # April 10, 2013 17
  • 18. Friends carry an injured Syrian refugee inside their camp in Reyhanli,Turkey on March 20. (Burhan Ozbilici/Associated Press) # April 10, 2013 18
  • 19. Syrian refugees stroll at Reyhanli refugee camp inHatay province on the Turkish-Syrian border onMarch 15. A government offensive in Syriasnorthwest has sharply increased the flow ofrefugees into Turkey, with about a thousandcrossing in the last 24 hours, Turkish officials saidon Thursday. The numbers fleeing was expectedto grow further as long as fighting continuedaround the town of Idlib, close to the Turkishborder, one Turkish official said; but he declined tosay how many more Turkey was expecting.(Jonathon Burch/Reuters) # April 10, 2013 19
  • 20. A wheelchair bound Syrian refugee waits outsidethe field hospital at the Red Crescent camp inBoynuyogun village, Hatay region on March 25.The Boynuyogun camp, holds some 2,000 Syrianrefugees accommodated in 600 tents fleeing themore than a year old unrest with officials sayingthe total figure of people who have fled Syria hasslightly exceeded 17,000. (Adem Altan/AFP/GettyImages) # April 10, 2013 20
  • 21. Syrian refugee children stand outside their tent atReyhanli refugee camp in Hatay province on theTurkish-Syrian border on March 15. (JonathonBurch/Reuters)# April 10, 2013 21
  • 22. Syrian refugee children play on swings at the refugee campin Yayladagi on on March 26. Turkey is home to a growingnumber of Syrian refugees fleeing the more than year-oldunrest raging in its neighbor. Officials said the total figure hasslightly exceeded 17,000 against about 9,500 only twomonths ago. (Adam Altan/AFP/Getty Images) # April 10, 2013 22
  • 23. A Syrian family who fled the violence in Baba Amrneighborhood, in the flashpoint city of Homs, eatsdinner in their room during a power outage at aschool which is converted to a refugee center inthe area of Wadi Khaled on the Lebanese-Syrianborder northern Lebanon on March 15. Accordingto United Nations and local officials more than1,500 Syrians, mainly women and children, havecrossed into Lebanon in recent weeks. (JosephEid/AFP/Getty Images) # April 10, 2013 23
  • 24. Syrian refugees walk through woods helped byrebels from the Free Syrian Army as they attemptto cross the northwestern part of the Syrianborder with neighboring Turkey, on March 18 ayear after a revolt against President BasharAssad’s regime erupted. (GiorgosMoutafis/AFP/Getty Images) # April 10, 2013 24
  • 25. Artwork is seen on a tent wall at the Syrian refugee RedCrescent camp in Boynuyogun village, Hatay region onMarch 25. The Boynuyogun camp, holds some 2,000 Syrianrefugees accommodated in 600 tents fleeing the more than ayear old unrest with officials saying the total figure of peoplewho have fled Syria has slightly exceeded 17,000. (AdemAltan/AFP/Getty Images) # April 10, 2013 25
  • 26. A member of Free Syrian Army gives some food to a Syrianrefugee family as they wait to cross to Turkey at the borderbetween Syria and Turkey on March 26. Syrian official mediareported that Syrian border guards clashed with a group, seekingto enter the restive northwestern province of Idlib from Turkey, anumber of whom were killed and wounded, while others fled toTurkey. (Ricardo Garcia/AFP/Getty Images) # April 10, 2013 26
  • 27. A Syrian girl who fled the violence in the Syriantown of Qusayr looks out of the window of a busupon arrival to the Lebanese city of Arsal in theBekaa Valley after crossing through Lebanonsnorthern border with Syria on March 26. (JosephEid/AFP/Getty Images) # April 10, 2013 27
  • 28. A Syrian girl who fled the violence in Syriasleeps with a doll at a shelter housingrefugees in the Lebanese city of Arsal in theBekaa Valley on March 26. (JosephEid/AFP/Getty Images) # April 10, 2013 28
  • 29. A refugee who fled the violence inSyria carries refreshments at hertemporary home ahead ofInternational Womens Day at theAl Hussein Palestinian refugeescamp in Amman on March 7. (AliJarekji/Reuters) # April 10, 2013 29
  • 30. A refugee who fled with hisfamily from the violence in Syria,stands at his temporary homeduring a visit by a Frenchdelegation in Tripoli, northernLebanon on March 14. (OmarIbrahim/Reuters) # April 10, 2013 30
  • 31. Syrian refugees receive blankets from aQatari charity organization in Amman,Jordan on March 17. (AliJarekji/Reuters)2013 April 10, # 31
  • 32. A Syrian family of refugees have lunch in theirtent at Boynuyogun refugee camp in Hatayprovince on the Turkish-Syrian border onMarch 16. Turkey said it might set up a "bufferzone" inside Syria to protect refugees fleeingPresident Bashar Assads forces, raising theprospect of foreign intervention in the year-longrevolt. (Murad Sezer/Reuters) # April 10, 2013 32
  • 33. Mohammad (12) a Syrian refugee wearinga scarf with the colors of the SyrianIndependence flag, stands outside ofReyhanli refugee camp in Hatay provinceon the Turkish-Syrian border on March 17.Over the past few weeks, the number ofSyrians crossing has increaseddramatically with an average of 200 to 300now coming into Turkey every day. Thisweek 1,000 crossed in just 24 hours, thehighest number since the first wave ofrefugees last summer. Around 15,000registered Syrian refugees now live intented camps inside Turkey, making upalmost half of the 34,000 people the UnitedNations estimates to have fled Syria sincethe start of the conflict a year ago. (MuradSezer/Reuters) # April 10, 2013 33
  • 34. Syrian refugees arrive into Qaa village, in northern Lebanon on March 4. Up to 2,000 refugees fleeing violence in Syria are crossing the border into northern Lebanon, according to a spokesman for the United Nations. (Afif Diab/Reuters) #April 10, 2013 34
  • 35. Another refugee camp opened today in Mrajeeb al-Fhood, Jordan, to accommodate the reported 1,500 to 2,000 Syrians fleeing to Jordan daily. Just over a year ago the Big Picture posted an entry of the growing number of people displaced due to the conflict that now has lasted over two years. The United Nations recently said a total of around 7,000 to 8,000 Syrians are leaving their country daily; there are 1.3 million Syrian refugees and almost 4 million more have been displaced inside Syria since the start of the conflict. Posted here is another glimpse of daily life for those displaced since the beginning of this year. Lloyd Young ( 37 photos total) Source : www.boston.comApril 10, 2013 35
  • 36. A Syrian internally displaced boy stands at the window of a tent in the Bab al-Hawa camp along the Turkish border in the northwestern Syrian province of Idlib on March 18. The conflict in Syria between rebel forces and pro-government troops has killed at least 70,000 people, and forced more than one million Syrians to seek refuge abroad. (Bulent Kilic/AFP/Getty Images)April 10, 2013 36
  • 37. Jordanian police stand guard as Syrian refugees arrive at thenew Mrajeeb al- Fhood refugee camp 20 km east of the city ofZarqa on April 10.The press spokesman for Syrian refugees inJordan, Anmar Hmoud, said the camp which is 250 dunams(61.78 acres) in size and cost seven million dinars with fundingfrom the United Arab Emirates, will receive up to 100 Syrianrefugees daily. He said the number of Syrian refugees in thekingdom since the outbreak of the crisis in their country, whichentered its third year, reached 483,314 refugees, according to theJordanian news agency Petra. (Muhammad Hamed/Reuters) # April 10, 2013 37
  • 38. A newly-arrived Syrian refugee boy smiles at an Emirati Red Crescent worker upon his arrival with his family to the new Jordanian-Emirati refugee camp, Mrajeeb al-Fhood, in Zarqa, Jordan, on April 10. A second camp for Syrian refugees has opened in Jordan as more Syrians flee the civil war at home. The Jordanian-Emirati camp is the first funded by the United Arab Emirates and run by its Red Crescent Society in Jordan to assist families, single women, the disabled, and elderly. (Mohammad Hannon/Associated Press) #April 10, 2013 38
  • 39. Guards stand at the entrance to Mrajeeb al-Fhood, a newrefugee camp in Zarqa, Jordan, on April 10. A secondcamp for Syrian refugees has opened in Jordan as moreSyrians flee the civil war at home. (MohammadHannon/Associated Press) # April 10, 2013 39
  • 40. A view of the King Abdullah Refugee Camp for Syrianrefugees 2 kilometers from the Syrian border on thethird day of Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwallsvisit to the country on March 13 in Amman, Jordan.The Royal couple are on the first leg of a tour of theMiddle East taking in Qatar, Saudia Arabia andOman. (Chris Jackson/Getty Images) # April 10, 2013 40
  • 41. A Syrian woman carries her children near theirmakeshift refugee camp at the mountains of the cityof Afrin, on the Syria-Turkey border, on March 28.(Bulent Kilic/AFP/Getty Images) # April 10, 2013 41
  • 42. Syrian refugee children sit inside their tent at a small refugeecamp, in Ketermaya village southeast of Beirut, Lebanon, onMarch 14. The number of registered Syrian refugees jumped10 percent in just one week to more than 1.1 million, a U.N.aid official said Thursday as France pushed for quickly lifting aEuropean Union ban on arming Syrian rebels. (HusseinMalla/Associated Press) # April 10, 2013 42
  • 43. A Syrian internally displaced woman and child are reflectedin a puddle of water in the Bab al-Hawa camp along theTurkish border in the northwestern Syrian province of Idlib,on March 18. The conflict in Syria between rebel forces andpro-government troops has killed at least 70,000 people,and forced more than one million Syrians to seek refugeabroad. April 10, 2013 (Bulent Kilic/AFP/Getty Images) # 43
  • 44. A Syrian refugee at the King AbdullahRefugee Camp for Syrian refugees 2kilometers from the Syrian border onMarch 13. (Chris Jackson/Getty Images) # April 10, 2013 44
  • 45. Mother and son Syrian refugees at the King AbdullahRefugee Camp on March 13. (Chris Jackson/GettyImages) # April 10, 2013 45
  • 46. An internally displaced Syrian refugee child has a haircut at a makeshift barber shop at the Azaz refugeecamp along the Syrian-Turkish border on Feb. 19.Some 15,000 refugees, mainly from the northernregions of Syria are living in this camp with no runningwater or electricity, in winter temperature that drop tounder zero centigrade at night. (Chris Huby/AFP/GettyImages) # April 10, 2013 46
  • 47. Children attend a class at the Bab Al-Salamrefugee camp in Azaz, near the Syrian-Turkishborder on March 25. (Reuters) # April 10, 2013 47
  • 48. Syrian refugee children play in Sidon, southernLebanon on March 6. A 19-year-old mother of tworegistered on Wednesday as the millionth refugee toflee Syria, part of an accelerating exodus that is pilingpressure on neighboring host countries. (AliHashisho/Reuters) # April 10, 2013 48
  • 49. A Syrian refugee woman, holds teapots as she walks past her tentduring the visit of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees,UNHCR, chief Antonio Guterres, not seen. at a small refugee camp, inKetermaya village southeast of Beirut, Lebanon, on March 14. Thenumber of registered Syrian refugees jumped 10 percent in just oneweek to more than 1.1 million, a U.N. aid official said Thursday asFrance pushed for quickly lifting a European Union ban on armingSyrian rebels. 2013 April 10, (Hussein Malla/Associated Press) # 49
  • 50. Makeshift shops sell produce in the main thoroughfare as Syrianrefugees go about their daily business in the Zaatari refugeecamp on Jan. 30 in Zaatari, Jordan. Record numbers of refugeesare fleeing the violence and bombings in Syria to cross theborders to safety in northern Jordan and overwhelming theZaatari camp. The Jordanian government are appealing for helpwith the influx of refugees as they struggle to cope with the sheernumbers arriving in the country. (Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images) # April 10, 2013 50
  • 51. A Syrian refugee takes Syrian currency from the customers at hisshop at Al Zaatri refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq,near the border with Syria on Feb. 21. (Ali Jarekji/Reuters) # April 10, 2013 51
  • 52. Syrian refugee women, wash their laundry in front of a Turkish military base, seen in the background, at Atmeh refugee camp in the northern Syrian province of Idlib, Syria, on Feb. 16. This rebel- controlled camp only yards from the border with Turkey houses some 16,000 people displaced by the civil war. But the U.N. and other major aid agencies best equipped to handle such a large- scale relief agency cannot reach them because they are inside Syria. That leaves the job to smaller organizations who can only provide a fraction of the needs. (Hussein Malla/Associated Press) #April 10, 2013 52
  • 53. Syrian refugee women work at a second hand clothes shop atthe Al Zaatri refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq nearthe border with Syria on March 6. UNHCR said the number ofSyrians leaving their country has increased dramatically sincethe beginning of the year with more than 400,000, nearly halfthe total, leaving since Jan. 1. Most have fled to Lebanon,Jordan, Turkey, Iraq and Egypt and some to North Africa andEurope, arriving traumatized, without possessions and havinglost relatives. (Muhammad Hamed/Reuters) # April 10, 2013 53
  • 54. A Syrian refugee walks away after fillingcontainers with clean water in the village ofKfarkahel, in the Koura district close to thenorthern city of Tripoli, Lebanon, on Jan. 9 asstormy weather sparked widespread flooding,prompting chaos on the roads and a nationwideschool closure for the next two days. Thenumber of Syrian refugees in Lebanon isalready totaling 156,000, according to U.N.figures, and 200,000 according to the Lebanesegovernment estimates. (IbrahimChalhou/AFP/Getty Images) # April 10, 2013 54
  • 55. Muddy boots belonging to Syrian refugees are seen atthe entrance of a tent in a refugee camp near Azaz,north of Aleppo province, Syria, on Feb 18. Accordingto some Syrian activists, after the increase in airstrikes, the number of displaced people in the refugeecamp of Azaz has grown in the last weeks of 6000 to9000. (Manu Brabo/Associated Press) # April 10, 2013 55
  • 56. A Syrian refugee removes water and mud around his tent, atZaatari Syrian refugee camp, near the Syrian border inMafraq, Jordan, on Jan. 8. Syrian refugees in a Jordaniancamp attacked aid workers with sticks and stones onTuesday, frustrated after cold, howling winds swept awaytheir tents and torrential rains flooded muddy streetsovernight. Police said seven aid workers were injured.(Mohammad Hannon/Associated Press) # April 10, 2013 56
  • 57. Newly arrived Syrian refugees wait for their turn to receive amattress, blankets and other supplies, and to be assigned totents, at the Zaatari Syrian refugees camp in Mafraq, nearthe Syrian border with Jordan on Jan. 28. Jordan has set upa security cordon around a sprawling Syrian refugee camp inthe countrys north in an effort to curb rising crime andlawlessness among its residents, a Jordanian official said.(Mohammad Hannon/Associated Press) # April 10, 2013 57
  • 58. United Nations High Commissioner for RefugeesAntonio Guterres (4th right) is welcomed intoSyrian tent during his visit to the Nizip refugeecamp in Gaziantep on March 10. The number ofSyrian refugees, already past the million mark,could double or triple by the end of the year if nosolution is found to the conflict, Guterres said.(Veli Gurgah/AFP/Getty Images) # April 10, 2013 58
  • 59. A Syrian family who fled their home from Aleppo register, atthe UNHCR center in the northern city of Tripoli, Lebanon,on March 6. The number of Syrians who have fled theirwar-ravaged country and are seeking assistance has nowtopped the one million mark, the United Nations refugeeagency said Wednesday warning that Syria is headingtowards a "full-scale disaster." (Bilal Hussein/AssociatedPress) April 10, 2013 # 59
  • 60. Valerie Amos, Under-Secretary-Generaland Emergency Relief Coordinator of theUnited Nations Office for theCoordination of Humanitarian Affairs,OCHA, greets Syrian refugee children ata school during her visit to a Syrianrefugee camp in Kilis, near the Turkish-Syrian border, Turkey, on March 13.(Orhan Cicek/Anadolu Agency viaAssociated 10, 2013 # April Press) 60
  • 61. Syrian refugees wait to register their names aftertheir arrival at the Al Zaatri refugee camp in theJordanian city of Mafraq, near the border withSyria, on March 6. (MuhammadHamed/Reuters) # April 10, 2013 61
  • 62. Jordanin Police keep guard as Syrian refugees look on at the King Abdullah Refugee Camp for Syrian refugees 2 kilometers from the Syrian border on the third day of Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwalls visit to the country on March 13. (Chris Jackson/Getty Images) #April 10, 2013 62
  • 63. Jordanian firefighters and Syrian refugeesextinguish a fire at the Al Zaatari Syrian refugeecamp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, near theborder with Syria on March 8. The fire, caused bygas, did not result in any death or injuries, butdamaged some 35 tents at the camp. (MuhammadHamed/Reuters) # April 10, 2013 63
  • 64. Syrian refugee women cry during a fire at the AlZaatari Syrian refugee camp in the Jordanian city ofMafraq, near the border with Syria on March 8. Thefire, caused by gas, did not result in any death orinjuries, but damaged some 35 tents at the camp.(Muhammad Hamed/Reuters) # April 10, 2013 64
  • 65. A newly arrived Syrian refugee receives aid and rations atAl Zaatri refugee camp in the Jordanian city of Mafraq, nearthe border with Syria on Jan. 25. The United Nations onFriday urged Syrias neighbors to keep open their borders tocivilians fleeing the intensifying conflict and said that therefugee exodus into Jordan was "absolutely dramatic".More than 30,000 Syrians have arrived in Jordans mainZaatri camp this year, including 4,400 on Thursday andanother 2,000 overnight, it said. Most were fleeing fightingin the southern area of Deraa, food and fuel shortages andhighApril 10, 2013 prices. (Muhammad Hamed/Reuters) # 65
  • 66. A Syrian refugee girl carries her sister, as shelistens to the United Nations High Commissionerfor Refugees, UNHCR, chief Antonio Guterres, notseen, during his visit to a Syrian refugee camp, inKetermaya village southeast of Beirut, Lebanon, onMarch 14. (Hussein Malla/Associated Press) # April 10, 2013 66
  • 67. The shadows of Syrian refugeesin a tent are seen at Bab al-Salamrefugee camp in Azaz, near theSyrian-Turkish border, on January13. (Muzaffar Salman/Reuters) # April 10, 2013 67
  • 68. Syrian children cry inside a tent at a refugeecamp in the city of Tyre, in southern Lebanon onJan. 31. The United Nations said on April 9 it willhalt food aid to 400,000 Syrian refugees inLebanon next month unless it receives urgentnew funding. The cash shortage is part of awider financial shortfall that the organizationsays is threatening its efforts to help nearly 1.3million Syrian refugees and almost 4 millionmore people displaced inside Syria by the two-year conflict. (Ali Hashisho/Reuters) # April 10, 2013 68
  • 69. Syrian refugee children play asthey wave their hands in Sidon,southern Lebanon on March 6. (AliHashisho/Reuters) # April 10, 2013 69
  • 70. Syrian refugees at the King Abdullah RefugeeCamp for Syrian refugees 2 kilometers from theSyrian border on March 13. (Chris Jackson/GettyImages) # April 10, 2013 70
  • 71. A Syrian refugee watches a television broadcast of SyriasPresident Bashar al-Assad speaking in Damascus, in theircontainer at the Al-Zaatari refugee camp in the Jordanian cityof Mafraq, near the border with Syria on Jan. 6. Assad madehis first public appearance in months on Sunday, calling for a"full national mobilization" to fight against rebels he describedas al Qaeda terrorists. (Majed Jaber/Reuters) # April 10, 2013 71
  • 72. A Syrian refugee stands on top of a water tank at theZaatari refugee camp, near the Syrian border inMafraq, Jordan, on Jan 9. Tens of thousands ofSyrians are flowing into Jordan a month, many with nomoney and resources. A significant number of womenin the Zaatari camp, which houses some 120,000refugees, fled with their children but not their husbandsand have little or no source of income. (MohammadHannon/Associated Press) # Source : www.boston.com April 10, 2013 72