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    Syrian Refugees Losing Hope After Years of Wari
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    Sharon Behn
    March 07, 2016 8:21 PM
    With the war in Syria underway now for five years, refugees who fled to neighboring Iraq see no future for themselves. VOA's Sharon Behn reports from Domiz, 60 kilometers from the Syrian border, where thousands of Syrian Kurds are living in cement huts, dreaming of escaping to Europe, regardless of the risks.

    Syrian Refugees Losing Hope After Years of War

    Published March 07, 2016

    With the war in Syria underway now for five years, refugees who fled to neighboring Iraq see no future for themselves. VOA's Sharon Behn reports from Domiz, 60 kilometers from the Syrian border, where thousands of Syrian Kurds are living in cement huts, dreaming of escaping to Europe, regardless of the risks.


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