Middle East

Syrian Refugees in Iraq Face Harsh Winteri
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February 05, 2013 3:07 PM
As the conflict in Syria approaches its second anniversary, the number of refugees crossing into Iraq continues to rise. The United Nations and international relief groups are no longer able to provide aid to Syrian families who are facing dire winter conditions in flimsy, ill-equipped camps.

Syrian Refugees in Iraq Face Harsh Winter

Published February 05, 2013

As the conflict in Syria approaches its second anniversary, the number of refugees crossing into Iraq continues to rise. The United Nations and international relief groups are no longer able to provide aid to Syrian families who are facing dire winter conditions in flimsy, ill-equipped camps.


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