Syrian refugees try to carve future in Gaziantep,Turkey

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Syrian refugees try to carve future in Gaziantep, Turkey

Turkey’s southern Province of Gaziantep shares a border with Syria. The Province is nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize, for its humanitarian initiatives.

Turkey is hosting more than 2.7-million Syrian refugees, who fled north from the war.  More than 35,000 of them live in Gaziantep, where they’ve etched-out new-and-prosperous lives.
CCTV’s Natalie Carney reports.
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Syrian refugees try to carve future in Gaziantep, Turkey

Turkey's southern Province of Gaziantep shares a border with Syria. The Province is nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize, for its humanitarian initiatives. Turkey is hosting more than 2.7-million Syrian refugees, who fled north from the war. More than 35,000 of them live in Gaziantep, where they've etched-out new-and-prosperous lives. CCTV's Natalie Carney reports.