syria refugees

Harrowing pictures of child refugees fleeing the civil war in Syria have been released by the charity Save the Children. The
This past week I've had the chance to meet and talk with a lot of people in Domiz camp. Adults at the camp are rarely as blunt as the kids, and nearly always tell me things are okay, and services are alright.
If it is true that money talks, then what it says about the Mali conflict would mean many have been simply priced out of the conversation. The fallout from the conflict has displaced hundreds of thousands of people - about half of whom are children.
As I write this I am in Jordan and it is clear to me that the situation is spiralling out of control at a staggering speed. In December, 3,000 people were leaving Syria each day but, just three months later, this number has risen to 8,000 people every day.
A favourite pair of jeans. A walking stick. A Koran. The keys to a home which may no longer be standing. These are the things
There are more ways than one that Turkey is feeling the impact of the Syrian conflict.
It is children who suffer most in the midst of conflict. Children who should be protected from trauma that can scar them for life. We must do all we can - with parents, communities and governments who should be able to protect their children, but can't or sometimes won't.
Caught at a stage in their lives when they should be concentrating on their studies and having fun with their friends, many Syrian teenagers are now in a position where they have to take on serious responsibilities, yet lack the autonomy of adulthood.
David Cameron has promised to get tough on Syria and its president, Bashar al-Assad, after hearing "horrendous" stories of
Syrian teacher Abu al-Fattah gives a lesson to children at an improvised school in the town of Azaz, on the border with Turkey