Syria: Inside largest refugee camp

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Since the start of the civil war in Syria two years ago, more than half a million refugees have fled to neighbouring Jordan and the number is continuing to rise every day.

It has put a huge strain on resources in the desert nation and had a destabilising social and economic effect.

The BBC's Yolande Knell reports from Zaatari camp, the largest camp for Syrian refugees, in the north of Jordan.

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