World Bulletin / News Desk
Up to 200,000 Syrian refugees could flee to Turkey if the conflict continues to deepen, the U.N. refugee agency said on Tuesday.
"We are already looking at potentially up to 200,000 and are working with the Turkish government to make the necessary plans," Sybella Wilkes, spokeswoman of the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), told Reuters in Geneva. "We are ready to send in stocks at very short notice."
Some 74,112 Syrian refugees have registered in Turkey, which is building at least five new camps in addition to the existing nine, the UNHCR said.
With its forecasted 3.5 percent performance, Turkey estimated to grow more than most EU countries
A total of 820 suspects have been detained in nationwide operations
Changes will come into force after EU accepts visa-free travel for Turkish citizens
Military sources say 64 ISIL fighters killed after rockets landed in Turkey's Kilis city, close to Syrian border
Police conduct searches in more than 250 locations in 32 provinces across Turkey
European Commission to decide on offering visa liberalization on Wednesday, Turks curb expectations
Over half of 85 thwarted plots since January involved would-be suicide attackers, Numan Kurtulmus tells media
Kilis, close to Syrian border, sees second day of rocket fire from nearby Syria
Interior Minister Efkan Ala says forensic evidence suggests bomber was 24-year-old PKK terrorist
Proposal will introduce temporary clause into constitution to remove certain lawmakers’ protection from prosecution
Since 2011, more than 2,600 Afghan policemen and women have trained in Turkey
Monday’s dailies cover terrorist attacks in southeastern Turkey as well as Labor Day celebrations across country
According to preliminary reports, some injuries have been reported in attack in Diyarbakir province’s Dicle district
Six of 17 suspects involved in Wednesday's Bursa suicide blast have been remanded in custody