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Potret Kamp Pengungsian Idlib Suriah dari Atas

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Senin, 29 Jun 2020 11:12 WIB

Idlib - Jutaan orang jadi pengungsi akibat konflik Suriah. Sebagian besar ditampung di kamp pengungsian Provinsi Idlib. Begini potret kamp pengungsian Idlib dari atas.

ATMEH, SYRIA - SEPTEMBER 17: A general view of the Turkish Red Crescent camp near the village of Atmeh, which hosts nearly one million displaced Syrians along the Turkish-Syrian border, September 17, 2019 in Idlib Province, Syria. Turkey’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, is pushing for the creation of an expanded “safe zone” in northern Syria where his government hopes to resettle up to three million Syrian refugees. The United States and Turkey recently started joint patrols of a small buffer zone along the border, but it’s a far cry from the 20-by-300 mile strip proposed by Mr. Erdogan, and no other power involved in the war as agreed to the idea. Turkey has warned that, if it doesn’t receive more international support for the safe zone, it might relax its migration controls and reopen the route for refugees to enter Europe. More than 3.6 million Syrian refugees have settled in Turkey after fleeing the civil war that began in 2011. (Photo by Burak Kara/Getty Images)

Begini pemandangan kamp pengungsian di Provinsi Idlib, Suriah, dari atas. AP Photo/Ghaith Alsayed, File.

ATMEH, SYRIA - SEPTEMBER 17: A general view of the Turkish Red Crescent camp near the village of Atmeh, which hosts nearly one million displaced Syrians along the Turkish-Syrian border, September 17, 2019 in Idlib Province, Syria. Turkey’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, is pushing for the creation of an expanded “safe zone” in northern Syria where his government hopes to resettle up to three million Syrian refugees. The United States and Turkey recently started joint patrols of a small buffer zone along the border, but it’s a far cry from the 20-by-300 mile strip proposed by Mr. Erdogan, and no other power involved in the war as agreed to the idea. Turkey has warned that, if it doesn’t receive more international support for the safe zone, it might relax its migration controls and reopen the route for refugees to enter Europe. More than 3.6 million Syrian refugees have settled in Turkey after fleeing the civil war that began in 2011. (Photo by Burak Kara/Getty Images)

Kamp ini berada di Provinsi Idlib di perbatasan Suriah dan Turki. Burak Kara/Getty Images/File.

ATMEH, SYRIA - SEPTEMBER 17: A general view of the Turkish Red Crescent camp near the village of Atmeh, which hosts nearly one million displaced Syrians along the Turkish-Syrian border, September 17, 2019 in Idlib Province, Syria. Turkey’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, is pushing for the creation of an expanded “safe zone” in northern Syria where his government hopes to resettle up to three million Syrian refugees. The United States and Turkey recently started joint patrols of a small buffer zone along the border, but it’s a far cry from the 20-by-300 mile strip proposed by Mr. Erdogan, and no other power involved in the war as agreed to the idea. Turkey has warned that, if it doesn’t receive more international support for the safe zone, it might relax its migration controls and reopen the route for refugees to enter Europe. More than 3.6 million Syrian refugees have settled in Turkey after fleeing the civil war that began in 2011. (Photo by Burak Kara/Getty Images)

Salah satu lokasi pengungsian berada di Desa Atmeh, Idlib. Burak Kara/Getty Images/File.

ATMEH, SYRIA - SEPTEMBER 17: A general view of the Turkish Red Crescent camp near the village of Atmeh, which hosts nearly one million displaced Syrians along the Turkish-Syrian border, September 17, 2019 in Idlib Province, Syria. Turkey’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, is pushing for the creation of an expanded “safe zone” in northern Syria where his government hopes to resettle up to three million Syrian refugees. The United States and Turkey recently started joint patrols of a small buffer zone along the border, but it’s a far cry from the 20-by-300 mile strip proposed by Mr. Erdogan, and no other power involved in the war as agreed to the idea. Turkey has warned that, if it doesn’t receive more international support for the safe zone, it might relax its migration controls and reopen the route for refugees to enter Europe. More than 3.6 million Syrian refugees have settled in Turkey after fleeing the civil war that began in 2011. (Photo by Burak Kara/Getty Images)

Sekitar 3,6 juta pengungsi kini berada di perbatasan Turki. Burak Kara/Getty Images.

ATMEH, SYRIA - SEPTEMBER 17: A general view of the Turkish Red Crescent camp near the village of Atmeh, which hosts nearly one million displaced Syrians along the Turkish-Syrian border, September 17, 2019 in Idlib Province, Syria. Turkey’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, is pushing for the creation of an expanded “safe zone” in northern Syria where his government hopes to resettle up to three million Syrian refugees. The United States and Turkey recently started joint patrols of a small buffer zone along the border, but it’s a far cry from the 20-by-300 mile strip proposed by Mr. Erdogan, and no other power involved in the war as agreed to the idea. Turkey has warned that, if it doesn’t receive more international support for the safe zone, it might relax its migration controls and reopen the route for refugees to enter Europe. More than 3.6 million Syrian refugees have settled in Turkey after fleeing the civil war that began in 2011. (Photo by Burak Kara/Getty Images)

Mereka terpaksa melarikan diri dari kampung halamannya karena konflik yang terjadi. Burak Kara/Getty Images.

ATMEH, SYRIA - SEPTEMBER 17: A general view of the Turkish Red Crescent camp near the village of Atmeh, which hosts nearly one million displaced Syrians along the Turkish-Syrian border, September 17, 2019 in Idlib Province, Syria. Turkey’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, is pushing for the creation of an expanded “safe zone” in northern Syria where his government hopes to resettle up to three million Syrian refugees. The United States and Turkey recently started joint patrols of a small buffer zone along the border, but it’s a far cry from the 20-by-300 mile strip proposed by Mr. Erdogan, and no other power involved in the war as agreed to the idea. Turkey has warned that, if it doesn’t receive more international support for the safe zone, it might relax its migration controls and reopen the route for refugees to enter Europe. More than 3.6 million Syrian refugees have settled in Turkey after fleeing the civil war that began in 2011. (Photo by Burak Kara/Getty Images)

Para pengungsi ini hidup dari kekurangan dan sangat memerlukan bantuan. Burak Kara/Getty Images.

ATMEH, SYRIA - SEPTEMBER 17: A general view of the Turkish Red Crescent camp near the village of Atmeh, which hosts nearly one million displaced Syrians along the Turkish-Syrian border, September 17, 2019 in Idlib Province, Syria. Turkey’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, is pushing for the creation of an expanded “safe zone” in northern Syria where his government hopes to resettle up to three million Syrian refugees. The United States and Turkey recently started joint patrols of a small buffer zone along the border, but it’s a far cry from the 20-by-300 mile strip proposed by Mr. Erdogan, and no other power involved in the war as agreed to the idea. Turkey has warned that, if it doesn’t receive more international support for the safe zone, it might relax its migration controls and reopen the route for refugees to enter Europe. More than 3.6 million Syrian refugees have settled in Turkey after fleeing the civil war that began in 2011. (Photo by Burak Kara/Getty Images)

Kepala badan makanan AS memperingatkan kelaparan dan gelombang migrasi massal lainnya akan terjadi dari Suriah ke Eropa jika negara-negara donor tidak meningkatkan bantuan keuangan ke negara yang dilanda perang. Burak Kara/Getty Images.

ATMEH, SYRIA - SEPTEMBER 17: A general view of the Turkish Red Crescent camp near the village of Atmeh, which hosts nearly one million displaced Syrians along the Turkish-Syrian border, September 17, 2019 in Idlib Province, Syria. Turkey’s president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, is pushing for the creation of an expanded “safe zone” in northern Syria where his government hopes to resettle up to three million Syrian refugees. The United States and Turkey recently started joint patrols of a small buffer zone along the border, but it’s a far cry from the 20-by-300 mile strip proposed by Mr. Erdogan, and no other power involved in the war as agreed to the idea. Turkey has warned that, if it doesn’t receive more international support for the safe zone, it might relax its migration controls and reopen the route for refugees to enter Europe. More than 3.6 million Syrian refugees have settled in Turkey after fleeing the civil war that began in 2011. (Photo by Burak Kara/Getty Images)

Deretan tenda-tenda pengugsian di Desa Atmeh, Idlib. Burak Kara/Getty Images/File.

Potret Kamp Pengungsian Idlib Suriah dari Atas
Potret Kamp Pengungsian Idlib Suriah dari Atas
Potret Kamp Pengungsian Idlib Suriah dari Atas
Potret Kamp Pengungsian Idlib Suriah dari Atas
Potret Kamp Pengungsian Idlib Suriah dari Atas
Potret Kamp Pengungsian Idlib Suriah dari Atas
Potret Kamp Pengungsian Idlib Suriah dari Atas
Potret Kamp Pengungsian Idlib Suriah dari Atas