Syrian Refugees Flood Into Neighboring Jordan

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Marwan Muasher, former foreign minister of Jordan and vice president for studies at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

As the conflict in Syria rages on, thousands of refugees — some 200,000 in total — are fleeing to neighboring countries. The United Nations estimates that there are over 85,000 refugees currently in Jordan, the most of any neighboring country.

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