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Jordan to use cranes to send aid to 75,000 Syrian refugees across border

AMMAN, Jordan — More than 75,000 Syrian refugees have been stranded for several months in a desert no-man’s land between Jordan and Syria called “the berm.” U.N. and aid officials say the refugees are in need of medical care and that most of them are women and children. Jordan insists that dozens of Islamic State operatives might […]
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