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  • Christians face uncertain future as Syria enters possible last year of civil war

    This is the way home for Syria’s Christian refugees in Jordan. The border crossing at Jaber-Naseed opened in October.


    As the Syrian civil war enters what might be its last year, Christians are trying to rebuild in the face of an uncertain future.

    The conflict, which grew out of the tiny spark of anti-government graffiti 15 March 2011, has claimed more than half a million lives. More than 11 million people have fled their homes; half of them have left the country. Read More

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