Jordan: Iraqi Refugees

— NPR's Eric Weiner reports from Amman, Jordan, which is the transit point for thousands of refugees fleeing from Iraq. More than 100-thousand of them have remained in the Jordanian capital, even though they set out to start new lives in Europe or America. Conditions in Jordan aren't much better than those they left behind in Iraq.

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