Turkey warns on Syrian refugees if no response to chemical attack

By REUTERS
September 4, 2013 18:36

 
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GENEVA - The Syrian refugee crisis may worsen if there is no international reaction in response to the alleged chemical weapons attack last month, Turkey's Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutolu said on Wednesday.

"If the same trend continues... and there is no international reaction to it, we are scared neighboring countries face much bigger numbers of refugees," he said at a news conference in Geneva.


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