A Syrian man carries two girls covered with dust following a reported air strike by government forces in the northern city of Aleppo July 9, 2014. (AFP Photo/Zein al-Rifai)
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Europe must open its doors to more Syrian refugees, having welcomed only a "miniscule" number while Syria's neighbors have reached "saturation point", the U.N. refugee agency UNHCR said Friday.In more than 3 years of war, very few Syrians have made it to continental Europe.Although the European Union has been a leading donor for the humanitarian aid effort in Syria, some countries on the continent have "terrible" conditions for receiving refugees.One country in Europe -- Russia -- has sent 12 refugees back to Syria, breaking an international law principle that no would-be refugees should be sent back to a place where their life or liberty would be at risk, the report said.
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