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Refugees in Turkey: Turkish group provides aid to refugees

According to the United Nations, women make up about half of the world's more than 25 million refugees. Turkey is home to the world's largest number of refugees, hosting nearly 4 million. Sarah Balter explains how one local aid group honoured their presence on International Women's Day. #refugees #RefugeesInTurkey #TurkeyRefugees

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Turkish man wins award for helping refugees | Money Talks

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