Regional Situation Report For Syria Crisis #24 - August 2014

Publication Date: 2014
Author: UNFPA Regional Syria Response Hub

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The risk of instability in the Middle East has increased as Syrian and Iraqi people continue to flee to neighboring cities and countries in order to escape the ongoing violence. Lebanon, Turkey, Jordan and Iraq continue to experience economic and political pressure as a result of the massive influx that has increased their population size and is straining their resources.
 
The risk of instability in the Middle East has increased as Syrian and Iraqi people continue to flee to neighboring cities and countries in order to escape the ongoing violence. Lebanon, Turkey, Jordan and Iraq continue to experience economic and political pressure as a result of the massive influx that has increased their population size and is straining their resources.
 

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