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Syrian refugees in Turkey: "Nothing for us here"

Around 70,000 Syrian refugees are gathered in the port city of Izmir in Turkey, which has become a hub for human smuggling.

Many are hoping to move on into the rest of Europe.

Families are forced to live on the streets and say they have no other option but to resort to the sea route.

Produced by Rengin Arslan BBC Turkish

  • 13 Aug 2015
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