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(direct link) Category:Hiren's Boot CD“Shoot me, shoot me!” is the message sent by young Syrian children to their parents as they flee a war zone for neighbouring countries such as Turkey. The desperate parents are fleeing because there is no food, no medicine, no security and no water. Many children in the coastal city of Latakia in Syria have also been injured by shelling and are unable to walk. Young Syrian children fleeing war and shelling at the border to Turkey. Photo by Reuters. It is estimated that millions of Syrians have left their homes since the outbreak of civil war in 2011. A United Nations report has warned that up to 400,000 children could die in Syria and that a further five million Syrians will flee their homes if the ongoing fighting continues. Syrian children injured in the conflict. Photo by Reuters. The country has been wracked by a brutal civil war that has killed over 100,000 people and displaced a staggering seven million others. The UN report warned that up to 400,000 children could die in Syria and that a further five million Syrians will flee their homes if the ongoing fighting continues. Advertisement Advertisement Refugee crisis With two million people having been displaced inside Syria and the whole country, in addition to the 1.7 million refugees in neighbouring countries, almost half the Syrian population has been forced to flee its homeland. An injured Syrian child at a hospital in Turkey. Photo by Reuters. The Syrian refugee crisis is the biggest in the world with 20 million people in need of urgent aid. Syrian refugee children in Turkey. Photo by AFP. It has now spread beyond Syria’s borders and the number of refugees continues to grow, with the UNHCR saying that the figure had reached one million in the past month. The UN report said the numbers are expected to rise to over two million by the end of this year. Advertisement Advertisement The fact that the Syrian conflict has been going on for more than four years and does not appear to be any closer to a resolution is frustrating and heartbreaking for many of the refugees. The worst refugee crisis since the Second World War The report says that the Syrian crisis is the worst refugee crisis since the Second World War. A United Nations report said the crisis is the worst refugee crisis since the Second World War. Photo by AP. ac619d1d87


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