Turkey pledges 100,000 homes for Syrian refugees

  • 2 years ago
The Turkish government has pledged to finish building 100,000 homes to resettle the country's large population of Syrian refugees. 600 of these homes were opened near the village of Mashhad Ruhin, in rebel-held northwest Syria, along the border with Turkey. Millions of Syrians have been forced to flee the civil, which began in 2011, and around 3.7 million are in Turkey.