A newly-arrived Syrian refugee boy smiles at an Emirati Red Crescent worker upon his arrival with his family to the new Jordanian-Emirati refugee camp, Mrajeeb al-Fhood, in Zarqa, Jordan, Wednesday, April 10, 2013. A second camp for Syrian refugees has opened in Jordan as more Syrians flee the civil war at home. The Jordanian-Emirati camp is the first funded by the United Arab Emirates and run by its Red Crescent Society in Jordan to assist families, single women, the disabled, and elderly.(AP photo/Mohammad Hannon)

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A newly-arrived Syrian refugee boy smiles at an Emirati Red Crescent worker upon his arrival with his family to the new Jordanian-Emirati refugee camp, Mrajeeb al-Fhood, in Zarqa, Jordan, Wednesday, April 10, 2013. A second camp for Syrian refugees has opened in Jordan as more Syrians flee the civil war at home. The Jordanian-Emirati camp is the first funded by the United Arab Emirates and run by its Red Crescent Society in Jordan to assist families, single women, the disabled, and elderly.(AP photo/Mohammad Hannon)
A newly-arrived Syrian refugee boy smiles at an Emirati Red Crescent worker upon his arrival with his family to the new Jordanian-Emirati refugee camp, Mrajeeb al-Fhood, in Zarqa, Jordan, Wednesday, April 10, 2013. A second camp for Syrian refugees has opened in Jordan as more Syrians flee the civil war at home. The Jordanian-Emirati camp is the first funded by the United Arab Emirates and run by its Red Crescent Society in Jordan to assist families, single women, the disabled, and elderly.(AP photo/Mohammad Hannon)
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