An estimated 200 people including women and children return to the town on a daily basis after they go through security checks in Gaziantep, according to Anadolu Agency, citing an official at the Gaziantep migration department in southern Turkey.
The Turkish led-Operation Euphrates Shield, which lasted for seven months was a wide-scale operation Turkey launched on the Syrian territory to what they called push back terror threats on their borders with the help of the FSA.
Turkey had earlier announced the “successful” end of Operation Euphrates Shield, which also saw the capture of al-Bab from ISIS.
Turkey hosts the most Syrian refugees in the world, numbering 3 million. Among them, over 1 million are child refugees, making Turkey the biggest host of child refugees in the world.