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Artillery Fire, Mortar Bomb, Anti Aircraft Machine Gun | SYRIA
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According to the UNHCR, Turkey is hosting the largest number of refugees in the world for the fifth consecutive year. Out of the 3.7 million refugees, only 3.5 percent of them actually live in camps, the rest are spread out across the country.
Nizip's refugee camp in south-west Turkey accommodates nearly 4,000 people and includes a hospital, pharmacy, school and social centre.
Last year, 71 million people worldwide were forced out of their homes by violence or persecution. This includes refugees, asylum-seekers and internally displaced persons.
According to the report by UNHCR released on Wednesday, a day ahead of World Refugee Day, Syrian refugees are higher in number than any other country, with 6.7 million.
Turkey hosts some 4 million of the nearly 25 million global refugee population.
Several people have been killed when a mortar bomb hit a restaurant in the government-controlled ancient quarter of the Syrian capital Damascus on Sunday, a monitor and a witness said.
The Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said dozens were wounded in the attack. A witness told Reuters news agency that there were at least six dead in the restaurant in the Bab Touma district of Damascus.
Mortar attacks on government-controlled areas of Damascus from rebel-held areas just outside it are relatively rare.
Images posted to social media, which SLd Hammer was unable to independently verify, showed pools of blood on the floor of the restaurant, which was damaged heavily by the blast.
The attack came amid increased violence in Aleppo, Syria's largest city in the country's north.
Syrian government air strikes there put four makeshift hospitals and a local blood bank out of action in the past 24 hours, according to local rescue workers and a monitor.