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Professor Dawn Chatty talks to Al Jazeera about the escalating Syrian refugee crisis

Syrian refugees top 2 million as thousands flee daily

The exodus is part of a larger displacement within Syria's borders, with nearly one-third of Syrians leaving their homes

The number of refugees in Syria has surpassed the 2 million mark, the United Nations said Tuesday, in the ever worsening humanitarian crisis that has resulted from the two-year-old Syrian civil war. Almost one-third of the country's population has been uprooted, including internal displacement.


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