Mr. Erdogan once again urged the administration of President Bashar al-Assad to show restraint and not to use force against civilians.
Last night, at least 120 a new group of Syrian refugees, mostly women and children, fleeing the murderous repression in their country have crossed the Turkish border. According to local press, the refugees were accommodated in a tented camp in the province of Hatay, which borders Syria.
Since last March, over 400 Syrians have already found refuge in Turkey.
Since March 15, Syria is kindled by a protest movement against the regime of President Bashar al-Assad. According to human rights organizations of human rights, more than 1,200 civilians have been killed since the beginning of the movement. Damascus blames “armed bandits”, supported by “outside forces”.