Syrian refugee camps
This is a list of Syrian refugee camps. The camps have been established from the beginning of the Syrian Civil War in 2011 in neighbouring countries of Lebanon, Turkey, Jordan and Iraq (including Iraq...
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Migrant crisis: Pope returns from Greece with 12 migrants
Pope Francis takes 12 Syrian migrants back with him to the Vatican after visiting a camp on the Greek island of Lesbos.
Banksy's New Artwork Criticises Use Of Teargas In Calais Refugee Camp
Artwork featuring young girl from Les Misérables appeared on French embassy in London following reports CS gas was used to clear parts of the camp. The artwork, which depicts a young girl from the fil...
Banksy's Dismaland Art Installment Closes But Lives On As A Refugee Shelter.
"You have no control over whether your destiny is to be an asylum seeker or a western super-power." Upon its opening earlier this summer in the English town of Weston-super-Mare, the park/art installm...
A Refugee Riot Puts A German Town On Edge
Many German communities have been generous to the influx of refugees, but tensions are rising. This German town renowned for its rococo palace threw open its doors to arriving waves of refugees. Donat...
Facebook's Zuckerberg To U.N.: We'll Bring Internet To Refugee Camps
Facebook and the United Nations will team up to bring Internet access to refugee camps, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced Saturday. Zuckerberg didn't delve into details for that specific connecti...
Mrajeeb Al Fhood refugee camp
Mrajeeb Al Fhood refugee camp (also spelled variously as Murijep al Fhoud and Marjeeb Al Fahood) is a refugee camp for refugees fleeing the Syrian Civil War. It is located in Mrajeeb Al Fhood, a stre...
Zaatari refugee camp
Zaatari (Arabic: مخيم الزعتري) is a refugee camp in Jordan, located 10 km east of Mafraq which is gradually evolving into a permanent settlement. It was first opened on July 28, 2012 to host Syr...
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Ain al-Hilweh
Ain al-Hilweh (Arabic: عين الحلوة‎, lit. meaning "eye of the beautiful"), also spelled as Ayn al-Hilweh and Ein al-Hilweh, is the largest Palestinian refugee camp in Lebanon. It had a popula...
Shatila refugee camp
35°29′54.17″E / 33.8628500°N 35.4983806°E / 33.8628500; 35.4983806 Life in ShatilaThe Shatila refugee camp (Arabic: مخيم شاتيلا‎), also known as the Chatila refugee...
Shatila refugee camp - Wikipedia
Sabra and Shatila massacre
The Sabra and Shatila massacre was the killing of between 762 and 3,500 civilians, mostly Palestinians and Lebanese Shiites, by a militia close to the Kataeb Party, also called Phalange, a predominan...
Sabra and Shatila massacre - Wikipedia