A Syrian Kurdish refugee woman from the Kobani area lifts a child at a refugee camp in Suruc, near the Turkey-Syria border Wednesday, Nov. 5, 2014. (AP Photo/Vadim Ghirda)
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Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has accused Syrian forces of committing massacres in and around Aleppo and said Turkey would face a major new refugee crisis if Syria's second city fell into their hands.As U.S. warplanes bomb ISIS forces in parts of Syria, President Bashar Assad's military has intensified its campaign against some rebel groups in the west and north that Washington sees as allies, including in and around Aleppo.Aleppo, Syria's most populous city before the war, has been split roughly in half between opposition groups in the east and government troops in the west.Turkey already hosts more than 1.5 million refugees from Syria's civil war and has been pushing the United States and its allies to create a safe haven for refugees on Syrian territory.A member of the Syrian rebel forces based in southeastern Turkey said on Wednesday the Nusra Front had made further gains in recent days.
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