BEIRUT (Reuters) – Some 100,000 people have actually left their homes in northeastern Syria with a growing number sheltering in shelters and schools following this week’s Turkish military attack in the region, the United Nations said on Friday.
” The humanitarian impact is currently being felt. An estimated 100,000 individuals have currently left their homes,” the UN stated in a statement.
” The majority of are being sheltered in host communities but an increasing variety of them are showing up at collective shelters in Al Hassakeh City and Tal Tamer (and) numerous are seeking refuge in schools.”
Reporting by Tom Perry; Writing by Jonathan Spicer