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An aerial view of the Zaatari refugee camp near Mafraq, Jordan, a few miles from the Syrian border. The camp is currently home to well over 100,000 Syrian refugees.
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Secretary of State John Kerry looks out the window of a helicopter at the Mrigeb Al-Fuhud refugee camp as he returns to Amman, Jordan, on July 18.
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An aerial view of the Zaatari refugee camp on July 18.
By Catherine Chomiak, Producer, NBC News
ZAATARI REFUGEE CAMP, Jordan -- Angry Syrians demanding U.S. action over the civil war in their homeland met Secretary of State John Kerry as he visited a refugee camp in Jordan early Thursday.
"What are you waiting for?” asked a woman. “Where is the international community? We hope that you will not go back to the [United] States before you find a solution to the crisis. At least impose a no-fly zone or an embargo."
She was among six refugees invited to meet Kerry in a room at the sprawling and increasingly lawless United Nations camp, which is located a few miles from the Syria/Jordan border. Full Story
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A look back at the conflict that has overtaken the country.