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Syrian Refugees

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Stuart Downing

on 3 February 2014

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Transcript of Syrian Refugees

Refugee children entertainment
Syrian refugee children often have no toys or computers to play with, so most of the time, they play games with each other like tag, hide and seek, etc. Board games such as chess are also popular, if the right equipment is available.
Refugee education
Syrian Refugees
Syrian refugees
There are 2,428,000 refugees from Syria at the moment and this number grows every day. These refugees are spread across Turkey, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon and Egypt
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Lots of refugee children have had terrible
experiences that they will never forget.
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