June 10 - As Syrian refugees flood across its borders, Turkey considers creating a buffer zone if hundreds of thousands flee the unrest there. Sunita Rappai reports.
Syrian refugees crowd into a makeshift refugee camp in Turkey. Nearly 3000 Syrians have fled into southern Turkey after the Syrian bombing began a military operation near the border. Rights campaign is say scores of civilians were killed -- infighting between loyalists and mutinous soldiers. More refugees are expected to Syria braces itself for more violent protests against president by shattered glass and the Turkish red crescent is building a second camp to cope with the situation. While Turkey's prime minister -- tie it at doe run has vowed to keep its border open. But Ankara has expressed concern that the problem could escalate in destabilize the country. According to a Turkish daily anchor is considering creating a buffer zone on its Syrian border. If hundreds of thousands continue to -- the unrest. Turkish officials have so -- not confirmed they report. -- -- -- -- --