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SHAFAQNA - More than 1100 Palestinian refugees have been killed in Yarmouk refugee camp since the outbreak of the Syrian events in 2011, rights group said.

The documented martyrs were victims of torture, bombing, armed clashes, and the tight siege imposed on the camp for more than two years, the report clarified.

176 Palestinians were starved to death due to the accurate shortage of food and medical supplies in Yarmouk camp.

The Action Group for Palestinians in Syria (AGPS) reported that 2880 Palestinian refugees as whole were killed in Syria over the four years, in addition to thousands of missing and detained persons.

80,000 Palestinians were forced to leave their refugee camps in Syria. 28,000 refugees of them managed to reach Europe, while the rest fled to the neighboring counties amid very difficult living conditions.

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