Turkey houses the most child refugees worldwide
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Turkey houses the most child refugees worldwide

Turkey, key to resolving Europe's migration crisis, is facing many problems. There's criticism of human rights abuses, there are terror attacks on various fronts, a vacillating relationship with the EU and soon-to-be President Donald Trump.

Perhaps the one problem Turkey surprisingly seems most on top of is the astonishing number of Syrian refugees the country has taken in. They are housing and feeding at least 2.7 million people. The Today programme's Matthew Price takes a walk around the Nizip 1 refugee camp, south of the Turkish city of Gaziantep, just 40 miles from Aleppo.

  • 19 Jan 2017
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