June 24 - More than 1500 Syrian refugees flee to Turkey, still protesting against President Bashar Al Assad and his military crackdown. Sunita Rappai reports.
And moments of contemplation for these Syrian refugees. -- Friday -- and then you home at techies refugee camp. As Syrian president's been shot our last steps up his minute to crack down at the border. Another 15100 refugees have fled to -- since this day. Bringing the total number to nearly 121000. These refugees in my hand Lee County home to protest against us out. Off to prayers and chants of god is great. Meanwhile more tense -- being set up and techies refugee camps to cope with the influx. While the Turkish red crescent delivers more blankets. -- has become increasingly critical of us Gupta previously backing him. And his drive to seek peace with his ram and improve relations with the US. Syrian rights groups say more than 15100 civilians have been killed across the country since the unrest began in mid march. Syrian authorities meanwhile blame Islamist groups in the armed gangs and killing more than 200 police and security personnel. Accounts are difficult to verify as the country has expelled most journalists. Sydney throughout key. Voices.