This map shows how many Syrian refugees have entered into surrounding countries. It is estimated that a total of 4.1 million people have died in the civil war in Syria. Almost 2 million people have fled to Turkey in search of safety.

This Graphic Shows the Astonishing Scale of Syria's Refugee Crisis

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Syrian refugee numbers pass 5 million mark in region: U.N.

Syrian refugee numbers in the region surpasses five million: UNHCR

In pictures: Syrian refugee numbers rise via BBC

In pictures: Syrian refugee numbers rise

More than two million Syrians are now refugees, with the total going up by a million in six months, the UN says.

Syrian Refugee Numbers Surpass 5 Million For The First Time, UN Reports | The Huffington Post

Syrian Refugee Numbers Surpass 5 Million For The First Time, UN Reports

Syrian Refugee Numbers Surpass 5 Million For The First Time, UN Reports | The Huffington Post

Syrian Refugee numbers reach one million mark.

One Million Syrian Refugees

A Syrian refugee walks with her two kids at Zaatari Syrian refugee camp, near the Syrian border in Mafraq, Jordan.

This video suggests that the Zaatari refugee camp is an effective accommodation solution as it portrays how the Syrian refugees living within the camp have been able to create their own successful economy through their own wide range of small businesses. These businesses also make profit from Jordanians who frequently travel to receive some of the services and goods made by the refugees.It also emphasises on the strain the number of refugees put on Jordan and the need for more international…

This video suggests that the Zaatari refugee camp is an effective accommodation solution as it portrays how the Syrian refugees living within the camp have been able to create their own successful economy through their own wide range of small businesses. These businesses also make profit from Jordanians who frequently travel to receive some of the services and goods made by the refugees.It also emphasises on the strain the number of refugees put on Jordan and the need for more international…

The story was accompanied by a gallery of photos, along with this image, which showed a Syrian man in tears, while holding on to his children after getting off a boat on the Greek island of Kos. | The Story Behind The Heartbreaking Photo Of A Syrian Refugee Family - BuzzFeed News

The Story Behind This Heartbreaking Photo Of A Refugee Family

(Photo: A Syrian refugee from Deir Ezzor, holding his son and daughter, breaks out in tears of joy after arriving via a flimsy inflatable boat on the island of Kos in Greece. Credit: Daniel Etter/The New York Times / Redux / eyevine)

The number remained static at about 4.8 million through most of 2016, but has risen since the start of this year.

Syrian Refugee Numbers Surpass 5 Million For The First Time, UN Reports

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53 percent Americans think US is letting in too many Syrian refugees, engulfed in civil war and the Islamic State militant group's de facto center.

Syrian refugees now number one million: UN | GlobalPost

Image: Syrian refugee children (© Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)Children pose for a picture as Syrian refugees go about their daily business in the Za'atari refugee camp in Jordan.

Stephen Harper wanted to set the record straight Monday regarding the number of Syrian refugees Canada has already resettled. The numbers were accurate but they can be misleading.

Reality Check: How do Harper’s Syrian refugee numbers add up? - National

A walk on the beach offers a temporary break from the difficulty of life right now. “I imagined I would come to Lebanon as a tourist. Not a refugee.”

A walk on the beach offers a temporary break from the difficulty of life right now. “I imagined I would come to Lebanon as a tourist. Not a refugee.” Says Bouchra, Syrian refugee number 1 million (taking refuge in Tripoli, Lebanon).

This Is How The UK’s Intake Of Syrian Refugees Compares To Other Countries

This Is How The UK’s Intake Of Syrian Refugees Compares To Other Countries

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