Members of a Syrian family carry their luggage outside a refugee camp before moving into a hotel rented by Canadian philanthropist Yank Barry, near Sofia November 11, 2013. Barry and boxer Evander ... more 
Members of a Syrian family carry their luggage outside a refugee camp before moving into a hotel rented by Canadian philanthropist Yank Barry, near Sofia November 11, 2013. Barry and boxer Evander Holyfield, an ambassador to Barry's Global Village foundation, have visited refugee camps in Bulgaria over the last two days as part of a campaign aimed at helping Syrian refugees. Through the campaign, six families, or about 50 people, were released from the camps and taken to a hotel near Sofia, rented for a year by Barry's foundation. The Balkan country has been struggling with a rising inflows of refugees, mainly from Syria, who have already reached 10,000 people in the first week of November, up from 1,400 in 2012. REUTERS/Stoyan Nenov (BULGARIA - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION) less 
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Mon, Nov 11, 2013 12:49 PM EST