Port Said makes second home for Syrian refugees

Tue, 19/02/2013 - 13:07

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On the 21th of January, 620 Syrian refugees arrived in Port Said after a long boat trip of about 30 hours. Those new comers are part of the 300 000 Syrian refugees in Egypt that escape the shelling and the bad condition of life during the war. In Port Said and Port Fuad, the Syrians get help from a business men organization. They told Egypt Independent how they were welcomed in Egypt and how they organized their travel from Turkey.

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