epa02775140 Syrian refugees are seen in a Red Crescent camp in the Yayladagi district, in Hatay, Turkey, 11 June 2011. According to media sources, the number of Syrians who took refuge in Turkey from a violent crackdown of anti-government protests in Syria has reached about 4,300. Turkish Prime Minister RecepTayyip Erdogan has said Turkey was concerned over incidents in Syria as the Assad government escalates violence against civilians in a crackdown of anti-government protests which had seen the death of scores. EPA/AYKUT UNLUPINAR/ANATOLIAN AGENCY TURKEY OUT
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