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Syrian Refugees Find Warm Welcome in Egypti
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May 09, 2013 3:43 PM
More than a million Syrians have fled the conflict in their homeland, seeking refuge in nearby countries. VOA's Elizabeth Arrott reports on those who have landed in Egypt, and the creation of a “Little Syria” just west of Cairo.

Syrian Refugees Find Warm Welcome in Egypt

Published May 09, 2013

More than a million Syrians have fled the conflict in their homeland, seeking refuge in nearby countries. VOA's Elizabeth Arrott reports on those who have landed in Egypt, and the creation of a “Little Syria” just west of Cairo.


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