Difficult Choices Face Refugees Fleeing Fallujah

NPR's Noah Adams speaks with Astrid van Genderen Stort, a spokeswoman for the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees in Jordan, about living conditions for refugees from the Iraqi city of Fallujah. Most of the population of Fallujah fled in advance of the U.S.-led assault on insurgents in the central Iraqi city.

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