Amnesty urges world to take more responsibility for refugees
Intâ€™l human rights organization says millions of refugees are living in miserable conditions.
Amnesty International has urged world leaders to radically overhaul refugee policies and create a comprehensive global strategy to deal with the refugee crisis.
The International human rights organization in a report issued on Monday said millions of refugees are living in miserable conditions.
The report estimates that 4 million people have fled from Syria in Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Iraq and Egypt.
Amnesty says these countries are struggling to cope with the influx.
The group's secretary-general urged the states to share responsibility internationally.