Engin Özmen / Edirne, Sep 29 () - Some 24 migrants of Syrian origin were captured in a two-roomed slum in western province of Edirne, including children and women, living in inhumane conditions at basement flat.
In Edirne, Syrian migrants have been camping and waiting for 10 days seeking to go to Edirne, and has been convinced to leave the city and travel back.
Inhumane life conditions, ruined houses
Within the wide operations of Edirne Police Department, security teams have been raiding buses, houses to spot and capture Syrian migrants seeking to cross into Europe illegally through Turkey’s western border gates.
The group of migrants were captured and piled-up in a bus, along with their pillows, blankets and belongings, in order to be sent off to the provinces that they have previously left across Turkey.