Nov. 10 - Thousands of Syrians flee violence in their home country in one of the largest exoduses since the conflict began, only to end up in refugee camps in Turkey. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)
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Thousands of Syrians fled their country on Friday (November 9) in one of the biggest refugee exoduses of the 20-month civil war after rebels seized a border town.
The United Nations warned that millions more people still in Syria will need help as winter sets in.
Around 9,000 Syrian refugees had fled to Turkey in the 24 hours by Friday, the U.N. refugee agency says making it one of the largest single day influxes, while Turkish state media said 26 defecting Syrian army officers had also arrived.
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