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    Jordan Struggles With Syrian Refugee Crisisi
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    September 26, 2013 7:16 PM
    As Jordan struggles to shelter several hundred-thousand Syrian refugees, humanitarian workers say they are preparing for them to eventually return home, even though it is far from clear when that may be. For VOA producer Zlatica Hoke, Carol Pearson narrates this story on the refugee aid effort in Jordan.

    Jordan Struggles With Syrian Refugee Crisis

    Published September 26, 2013

    As Jordan struggles to shelter several hundred-thousand Syrian refugees, humanitarian workers say they are preparing for them to eventually return home, even though it is far from clear when that may be. For VOA producer Zlatica Hoke, Carol Pearson narrates this story on the refugee aid effort in Jordan.


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