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  • Syrian Refugees Face Crisis as Winter Nears

    These Syrian children fled when their homes were being shelled by government forces and have taken refuge with their families at Bab Al-Salameh crossing border, near the Syrian town of Azaz. They hope to cross over to one of the refugee camps in Turkey. Sept. 13, 2012.
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  • Syrian Refugees Face Crisis as Winter Nears

    A Syrian girl swipes the ground where she is taking refuge at the Bab Al-Salameh border crossing.
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  • Syrian Refugees Face Crisis as Winter Nears

    Ruwa Bazara, whose family fled their home 15 days ago to escape shelling by Syrian government forces, waits for her mother to finish giving her bath. The days are still hot across the fertile plains of northern Syria, but at night there is a hint of a chill -- a harbinger of winter's approach and the deepening of the humanitarian crisis gripping a country wracked by civil war.
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  • Syrian Refugees Face Crisis as Winter Nears

    A Syrian family, who fled their home due to government shelling, take refuge at the Bab Al-Salameh crossing border, near the Syrian town of Azaz.
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  • Syrian Refugees Face Crisis as Winter Nears

    Basel Baradan, an 18-year-old farmer who fled the restive border town of Daraa, Syria, with his family in July, wipes his eyes as he speaks during an interview at the Zaatari Refugee Camp, in Mafraq, Jordan. Jordan now hosts 200,000 Syrians, the largest number of refugees of any neighboring country.
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  • Syrian Refugees Face Crisis as Winter Nears

    This Syrian boy fled his home with his family to escape shelling by government forces; here he is seen inside their makeshift tent made of sheets.
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  • Syrian Refugees Face Crisis as Winter Nears

    Syrians, who fled their homes due to fighting between the Syrian army and rebels, line up to collect water from a tanker, near the Syrian town of Azaz.
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  • Syrian Refugees Face Crisis as Winter Nears

    Fatimah Abdullah, 29, who fled her home in Marea 15 days ago to escape shelling by Syria's government forces, holds her four-day-old twins, Ahmad and Bayan. They were born in a Turkish hospital and brought back with her to the border where they take refuge, near the Syrian town of Azaz.
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  • Syrian Refugees Face Crisis as Winter Nears

    Palestinian children hold candles during a solidarity march with Syria at the Jabaliya Refugee Camp, northern Gaza Strip, Sept. 24, 2012.
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  • Syrian Refugees Face Crisis as Winter Nears

    A Syrian girl, who fled her home due to fighting between the Syrian army and rebels, sleeps next to her family's belongings, Sept. 12, 2012. She and her family have taken refuge near Azaz, Syria.
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