In Jordan, tensions rise between Syrian refugees and host community

MAFRAQ, JORDAN — After months of shrugging off glares, Abdullah Saad could no longer ignore the feeling that he was unwelcome in this country.

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In Jordan, tensions rise between Syrian refugees and host community

MAFRAQ, JORDAN — After months of shrugging off glares, Abdullah Saad could no longer ignore the feeling that he was unwelcome in this country.

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In Jordan, tensions rise between Syrian refugees and host community

MAFRAQ, JORDAN — After months of shrugging off glares, Abdullah Saad could no longer ignore the feeling that he was unwelcome in this country.

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In Jordan, tensions rise between Syrian refugees and host community

MAFRAQ, JORDAN — After months of shrugging off glares, Abdullah Saad could no longer ignore the feeling that he was unwelcome in this country.

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In Jordan, tensions rise between Syrian refugees and host community

MAFRAQ, JORDAN — After months of shrugging off glares, Abdullah Saad could no longer ignore the feeling that he was unwelcome in this country.

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In Jordan, tensions rise between Syrian refugees and host community

MAFRAQ, JORDAN — After months of shrugging off glares, Abdullah Saad could no longer ignore the feeling that he was unwelcome in this country.

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Kerry Says U.S. Will Double Aid to Rebels in Syria

Secretary of State John Kerry said the $123 million in new aid would be used to provide “nonlethal” supplies to the military wing of

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Kerry Says U.S. Will Double Aid to Rebels in Syria

Secretary of State John Kerry said the $123 million in new aid would be used to provide “nonlethal” supplies to the military wing of

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Kerry Says U.S. Will Double Aid to Rebels in Syria

Secretary of State John Kerry said the $123 million in new aid would be used to provide “nonlethal” supplies to the military wing of

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Kerry Says U.S. Will Double Aid to Rebels in Syria

Secretary of State John Kerry said the $123 million in new aid would be used to provide “nonlethal” supplies to the military wing of

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