Hardships Follow Iraqi Refugees to Life in Syria

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Earlier this month, Deborah Amos reported from Syria on the closing of its border to refugees trying to escape the violence in Iraq. She met many Iraqis in Syria who were enduring intense hardships, not unlike those experienced at home.

Amos talks with Jacki Lyden about the lives of the many people she met.



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