#AceWorldNews says the United Nations Refugee Agency called on the international community Friday to make itself available to the 100,000 Syrian refugees who are desperate to find a new home outside their war-torn country.
There is an immediate need for 30,000 people but as the civil war surpasses the three year mark, “there will be increasing numbers of vulnerable Syrian refugees who will be in need of resettlement, relocation, and other forms of humanitarian assistance,” the UN said. Germany has offered to take in 11,500 Syrians,
With Canada (1,300), Sweden (1,200), Norway (1,000), and other countries also preparing to accept the refugees.
The United States, already the world’s top landing-place for refugees, has offered to take in an open-ended number of displaced Syrians.