Refugees on Syria-Turkey border watch as homes are bombed
Tens of thousands of Kurdish refugees have passed through the border towns and villages between Syria and Turkey in recent weeks.
The push by Islamic State to capture more territory and air-strikes by the US-led coalition have driven many to flee their homes.
Government and international agencies have been overwhelmed by the number of displaced people, leaving many refugees to fall back on help from family, friends or complete strangers.
Rengin Arslan reports from Suruc, on the border between Turkey and Syria.
02 Oct 2014
- From the section Middle East