Tough times in Amman

Over one million Syrian refugees are imposing severe stress on the always vulnerable Jordanian economy.

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March 15, 2016 16:21
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Zaatari refugee camp

Zaatari refugee camp with Syria in the distance.. (photo credit: MICHAEL WILNER)

 
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