U.S. State Department Iraq-Syria Conflict Without Borders Map August 2015

The following is part of a series produced by the State Department’s Humanitarian Information Unit.  Maps from June and October 2014 are also available.

Syria: Conflict Without Borders Numbers and Locations of Refugees and IDPs

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Date: August 27, 2015
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In recent weeks, the upsurge of Syrians seeking asylum in European countries has overwhelmed existing capacity. According to UNHCR, as of July 2015 almost 350,000 Syrians have applied for asylum in Europe since the conflict in Syria began, nearly half applying in Germany and Sweden and one third in Serbia, Hungary, Austria, Bulgaria, and the Netherlands combined.

Number of refugees from Syria by country and region

1,938,999 (UNHCR, Aug. 25, 2015)

1,113,941 (UNHCR, Aug. 25, 2015)
Palestinians from Syria (registered):
45,000 (UNRWA, April 30, 2015)

629,245 (UNHCR, Aug. 23, 2015)
Palestinians from Syria (registered):
15,561 (UNRWA, April 30, 2015)

348,540 (UNHCR, July 2015)

250,408 (UNHCR, Aug. 15 , 2015)

Egypt & N. Africa
(Algeria, Libya, Morocco, and Tunisia)
156,375 (UNHCR, July 5, 2015)
Palestinians from Syria (registered):
4,000 (UNRWA, Egypt, April 30, 2015)


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