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Syrian Refugees Struggle in Jordanian Campsi
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Setareh Sieg
October 25, 2012 11:03 PM
Jordan is bearing a huge burden of refugees as the crisis escalates in neighboring Syria. More than 38,000 Syrian refugees have taken shelter in the United Nations-run Zaatari camp in northern Jordan. As VOA's Setareh Sieg reports, many are suffering from a lack of water and proper sanitary conditions and from frequent desert sand storms.

Syrian Refugees Struggle in Jordanian Camps

Setareh Sieg

Published October 25, 2012

Jordan is bearing a huge burden of refugees as the crisis escalates in neighboring Syria. More than 38,000 Syrian refugees have taken shelter in the United Nations-run Zaatari camp in northern Jordan. As VOA's Setareh Sieg reports, many are suffering from a lack of water and proper sanitary conditions and from frequent desert sand storms.


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