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In Jordan, the crisis from Syria spreads

5:07 PM, Aug. 23, 2013
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A dozen Syrian women aged 12 to 16, mainly refugees from the flattened city of Homs, sit in a semi-circle. Their heads are covered. They are naturally reticent dealing with a male foreigner. But they eventually warm up, talking about their escapes, their plans for school, and Syrian pop stars.

Have they witnessed any violence themselves? I ask. Every hand is raised.

"My grandmother was collecting her clothes, trying to escape. A sniper killed her right on the spot. We could not reach her because we were afraid of the sniper." ...

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