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Arab tourists 'given up' on areas of Turkey

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Turkey has become the sixth most popular destination in the world for foreign visitors meaning that the tourism industry in most areas is booming.

One area that has struggled however, is the region close to the Syrian border. Around 100,000 Syrian refugees have crossed over the border into Turkey.

Rajan Datar reports on whether tourism in the city of Antakya, which has fallen by 19%, can recover and prosper.

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