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Syrian refugees cause concern in Turkish border town

5 July 2014 Last updated at 01:16 BST

According to the UN, Turkey has so far received a million refugees from Syria. Just over 20% have settled in camps - the rest are in towns and cities.

With no solution to the crisis in sight, the residents of the Turkish border town of Gaziantep are raising concerns over the growing Syrian population in their city.

Emre Azizlerli reports.

Video produced by BBC Turkish's Zubeyde Sari

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