epa03345237 Syrian children, who fled the violence in their county, play at Zaatari Syrian Refugee camp, in Mafraq, Jordan, 06 August 2012. Jordan on 29 July 2012 opened its first camp for Syrian refugees, as thousands flee the conflict in their country. The Zaatari camp - a tented facility located in the desert outskirts of the border city of Mafraq and designed to host more than 120,000 refugees - was inaugurated by the Jordanian government and United Nations. EPA/JAMAL NASRALLAH
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