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Syrian Refugees Face Poor Living Conditions, Xenophobia in Bulgaria

More than two and a half million Syrians have fled the country as refugees, settling in neighboring Turkey, Jordan and Lebanon. As many as 6,000 have fled as far as Bulgaria, one of the poorest countries of the 28-member European Union and a gateway to Europe. There, say rights and humanitarian groups, they must cope with substandard poor living conditions and a rising number of attacks by ultra-nationalists.

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