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EUROPE-MIGRANTS/TURKEY
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October 05, 2015
Syrian refugees stroll on a street of a low-income neighborhood in Ankara, Turkey, September 29, 2015....
Ankara, Turkey
Syrian refugees stroll on a street of a low-income neighborhood in Ankara
Syrian refugees stroll on a street of a low-income neighborhood in Ankara, Turkey, September 29, 2015. Nearly five years after the conflict in Syria began, Turkey has shouldered the brunt of the humanitarian burden, sheltering at least 2.3 million Syrians, the largest refugee population in the world. But tensions are simmering between Turk and Syrians as it struggles to integrate a population that does not speak the language and is largely prevented from working. Turkey's refugee camps can house only a fraction of the refugees, who prefer to take their chances in Turkish cities, where they look for low-paid employment or resort to begging. Initial optimism on the part of both refugees and their hosts has given way to resentment and mistrust, helping fuel a tide of migrants fleeing countries that are poor or at war and hoping to reach - legally or illegally - the wealthy EU. Picture taken September 29, 2015. REUTERS/Umit Bektas
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