Either a large tent or a housing unit resembling a large container, a home is still what Syrian refugees wish they had. As the war in their country continues, now in its fifth year, refugees have made Turkey their new, if not temporary, home. Refugee camps for Turkey's "guests," as Ankara officially calls them, are more than guesthouses with modern facilities. The Daily Sabah Centre for Policy Studies hosted a tour of one such refugee camp for journalists attending the Istanbul-based think tank's Journalism Academy. Nizip, a district in Gaziantep province near the Syrian border, is home to a refugee camp of tents and a "container city" of prefabricated housing units.
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