Heavy rains in northern Syria have left hundreds of people living in refugee camps without shelter, with entire families sleeping in tents unable to protect against cold and rain. The tents allow water to pass through and many are worn. As a result of the storm, the camp's floor is now mud and there has been no access to drinking water for more than three days. Residents wonder: Where are we supposed to go to protect our children? Due to lack of resources, stone paths have been improvised to allow walking through the flooded camp. The war in Syria has forced thousands of people to abandon their homes and it has already become the worst refugee crisis since World War II.
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