## Turkey external update15 décembre 2014

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Report (UNHCR) 11 December 2014
UN High Commissioner for Refugees

There are no more admissions related to the 19 September influx from Kobane since 13 November, when 368 Syrian entered Turkey. (suite…)

## Emergency Update on situation of Syrian refugees in Turkey28 septembre 2014

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UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)

September 2014

Following the latest bouts of armed conflict in the north of the Syrian Arab Republic (Syria), since 19 September more than 140,000 Syrian refugees have fled across the border to southern Turkey. UNHCR estimates that this new influx could involve as many as 400,000 people seeking refuge in Turkey. (suite…)

## 2014 Syria Regional Response Plan: Turkey – Mid-Year Update12 juillet 2014

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UN High Commissioner for Refugees

July 2014

As of 1 June, Turkey hosted over 765,000 refugees from Syria. It represents 27 per cent of the Syrian refugees in the region. About 49 per cent of the population is females and 51 per cent males, while 18 per cent of the overall population is children under five. (suite…)

## Container City16 février 2014

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The New York Times (USA) Magazine, Sunday, February 16, 2014, p. MM 24

By Mac McClelland

From the outside, the temporary shelter for Syrian civilians in Kilis, Turkey, doesn’t look like an inviting place to live. It looks like a prison. All around are olive groves, but here, Turkey suddenly runs out. A metal archway announces the customs gate to Syria. (suite…)

## 2014 Syria Regional Response Plan: Turkey16 décembre 2013

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Report — UN High Commissioner for Refugees

16 December 2013

The influx of Syrian refugees into Turkey has far surpassed initial projections. According to a recent survey conducted by the Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency (AFAD), the main Governmental agency responsible for the Syria operation, about 36 per cent of Syrian refugees in Turkey are accommodated in camps in 10 provinces located in the South and South East of Turkey (suite…)

## Acturca Journal Watch December 201031 décembre 2010

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Acturca Journal and Periodical Review, December 2010

Compiled by Ozan Yigitkeskin

Acturca Journal Watch monitors leading scholarly journals for articles of particular interest to scholars of diplomacy, foreign relations, and international history on Turkey. It is updated monthly. (suite…)