In this Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2012 photo, the 46-year-old wife of farmer Ghassan Baradan, who fled her southern restive border town of Daraa, Syria with her family in July, wipes her eyes as she speaks during an interview at the Zaatari Refugee Camp, in Mafraq, Jordan. Jordan now hosts 200,000 Syrians, the largest number of refugees of any neighboring country. After months of delay, Jordan finally opened its first official refugee camp in July at Zaatari, near the border with Syria. (AP Photo/Mohammad Hannon)

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In this Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2012 photo, the 46-year-old wife of farmer Ghassan Baradan, who fled her southern restive border town of Daraa, Syria with her family in July, wipes her eyes as she speaks during an interview at the Zaatari Refugee Camp, in Mafraq, Jordan. Jordan now hosts 200,000 Syrians, the largest number of refugees of any neighboring country. After months of delay, Jordan finally opened its first official refugee camp in July at Zaatari, near the border with Syria. (AP Photo/Mohammad Hannon)
In this Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2012 photo, the 46-year-old wife of farmer Ghassan Baradan, who fled her southern restive border town of Daraa, Syria with her family in July, wipes her eyes as she speaks during an interview at the Zaatari Refugee Camp, in Mafraq, Jordan. Jordan now hosts 200,000 Syrians, the largest number of refugees of any neighboring country. After months of delay, Jordan finally opened its first official refugee camp in July at Zaatari, near the border with Syria. (AP Photo/Mohammad Hannon)
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