As the violence in Syria escalates, more refugees are amassing at the Turkish border, leading the government in Ankara to sharply limit the number of those allowed in. Refugees with wealth and connections are renting private accommodations or finding routes into North Africa, Europe, and beyond. The majority, however, are landing in Turkish-funded camps that Western diplomats describe as largely exceeding international norms.
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