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In pictures – Turkish Red Crescent responding to Kobane crisis

When the crisis started in Syrian city of Kobane, immediately Turkish Red Crescent started a distribution of hot meals to the people coming from the border. Every day TRC team provides food for ten thousands Syrian in Suruc, near the border.

 

All the food is carried in vans to bring the food to Syrians.

 

The distribution to the Syrians just arrived from Kobane.

 

Turkish Red Crescent team serving lunch to Syrian kids.

 

Syrian kids queuing at a distribution organised by Turkish Red Crescent team.

 

A Syrian family while eating his lunch in their temporary shelter. This family  arrived one day before in Turkey and they found shelter and food.


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