The increase in Syrian refugees in Turkey has led to the development of a lucrative trade in women. In their desperation, refugee families are selling their daughters to Turkish men. The young women are subject to abuse and discrimination.
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The humanitarian aid deliveries from Turkey were due to expire Saturday, but will now continue for another 12 months following a last-minute US-Russia deal.
Diplomats say the European Commission will propose handing an extra €3.5 billion to help Turkey host Syrian refugees over the next three years. A 2016 migration deal drew stinging criticism from human rights groups.
Johanna embarked for America in 1853, Ahmad fled Syria for Germany in 2015 — just two stories that the reopened emigration museum in Bremen brings to life.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said the camp, which houses thousands of Kurdish refugees, is an incubator for terrorists.
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