Editors' Picks 'They want to kill you': Anger at Syrians erupts in Istanbul
Syrians in Turkey's largest city fear tensions are on the rise as the economy stumbles and rising unemployment fuels anger against their presence, as many Turks see them as cheap labour taking over jobs and using services. Lucy Fielder reports.
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