Syrian Refugees Complain About Conditions at Jordanian Camp

November 13, 2014 12:16 AM
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The number of Syrians able to flee the chaos at home has dropped dramatically, according to a report that says neighboring countries are stopping refugees at the border. Refugee host countries are overburdened caring for those who have already fled. Jordan has 620,000 registered Syrian refugees, straining resources in urban areas. To relieve some of the pressure, officials opened another camp, Azraq, aiming to house 130,000 people. So far, just 15,000 refugees have moved in. Tala Hadavi reports.