Civilians carry bags during their evacuation from besieged parts of the Syrian city of Homs on February 19, 2014. AFP PHOTO / STR
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At least 50 people have been killed and dozens injured in a car bomb attack at a Syrian refugee camp near the Turkish border, according to opposition websites.The Al-Qaeda-inspired Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria are thought to be behind the attack, the reports added.Turkey is sheltering more than 600,000 refugees from Syria's almost three-year-long civil war and has kept its border open throughout the conflict.A Turkish border official said the blast near Turkey's Oncupinar border post, which sits opposite the Syrian Bab al-Salameh gate, could be felt several kilometres (miles) away, but that the border gate remained open.
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